Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Dublin and Belfast. Timothy Hevey was born in 1846, the second surviving son of Timothy Hevey, builder, of Belfast, and Martha Alexandra Hevey (née McNeice). He was educated at St Malachy's College, Belfast, before becoming an apprentice in the firm of BOYD & BATT. About the end of 1865 he moved to Dublin, where he became an assistant in the office of PUGIN & PUGIN & amp; ASHLIN ASHLIN . Here he proved himself an accomplished draughtsman: his drawing of the partnership's Augustinian church in Dublin was exhibited at the Architectural Exhibition in Conduit Street, London, in 1866, where it attracted 'a flattering notice' in The Builder.(1) From December 1865 Hevey was a regular contributor - particularly of illustrations - to the Irish Builder.(2) When, at the end of April 1869, he made known his intention of leaving Dublin to set up his own practice in Belfast, the journal announced the fact and gave publicity to the collection which was being made by his friends in order 'to present him with a token of esteem'.(3) The 'testimonial' took the form of 'a very beautiful and valuable case of architectural instruments' which was presented to Hevey at his house in Belfast at the end of July.(4) Hevey continued to supply the Irish Builder with illustrations until December 1870.(5) He exhibited his drawings relatively infrequently: at the North of Ireland Workmen's Exhibition in 1870,(6) at the RIAI conversazione in January 1874,(7) and at the Belfast Industrial Exhibition in 1876(8), but never at the RHA.

In Belfast Hevey rapidly established himself as a builder and architect. In 1873 he entered briefly into partnership with JAMES MACKINNON  JAMES MACKINNON but was practising on his own again by June 1874. By July 1875 he had formed a new partnership with MORTIMER H. THOMSON  MORTIMER H. THOMSON which lasted until his death. Within ten years of his arrival in Belfast, he had become the city's leading Catholic architect, enjoying the patronage of Patrick Dorrian, the Bishop of Down and Connor. He took an active part in the life of the Catholic community and was the architectural representative on a delegation of influential Belfast Catholics which travelled to London in June 1878 to spell out Catholic objections to the proposed Belfast Improvement Bill before a committee of the House of Lords. He was also the favoured architect of the Bishop of Raphoe, James McDevitt, who provided him with a number of commissions in Co. Donegal. His pupils included JOHN JOSEPH MCDONNELL.  JOHN JOSEPH MCDONNELL.

When he was only thirty-three, Hevey's career was abruptly cut short by his death on 29 December 1878 from congestion of the lungs brought on by a severe cold caught on a business trip to Newry.(9) He was survived by his widow Florence Eugenie (née Geret), the daughter of a tutor in Dublin, whom he had married at the Church of Ireland church of St Peter's, Aungier Street, on 7 March 1868, and by a son, who was was born in about 1870.

AAI: elected member, 22 January 1874.(10)
RIAI: elected member 17 April 1873;(11) re-elected 28 November 1878.

Addresses: 6 Hughes' Buildings, Belfast, 1865;(12) 16 Harcourt Street, Dublin, 1866; 19 Ely Place, 1868; 12 Linenhall Street, Belfast, 1869-70; 1 Lombard Street, 1870-1872; 11 Arthur Street, 1873; 13 Eglinton Place, 1874; 4 Alfred Street, 1875 until death.

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References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994; this thesis gives a full account of Hevey's life and works and catalogues in detail the contents of a scrapbook kept by Hevey, on loan to the IAA (Acc. No. 90/76). The contents of the scrapbook are discussed and some of its contents illustrated in Sean O'Reilly, 'Adolescent architecture and after: the formative years of Timothy Hevey (1846-78) in Irish Arts Review Yearbook 12 (1996), 56-60 Obituaries of Hevey are in Ulster Examiner and Northern Star, 31 Dec 1878, 3; IB 21, 1 Jan 1879, 4; B 37, 11 Jan 1879, 56.

(1) DB 8, 15 Jun 1866, 161; see also B 24, ?.
(2) Hevey's contribution to the publication gets special mention in the IB Jubilee Number (1909), 6.
(3) IB 11, 1,15 May 1869, 109,114.
(4) IB 11, 1 Aug 1869, 175.
(5) Lithographs by Hevey in the Dublin Builder and The Irish Builder are as follows: Vol. 7 (1865): RC church, Arless, Co. Laois, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Dec). Vol. 8 (1866): Design for a church by himself (15 Jan); mansion House of B.L. Guinness, St Stephen's Green, no architect (1 Feb); Dominican Church, Tralee, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Mar,1 May); warehouse, Bridge St, Belfast, by Thomas Jackson & Sons (15 Jun); convent chapel, Clonakilty, by Pugin & Ashlin (1 Jul); RC church, Ferrybank, Waterford, by Pugin & Ashlin (1 Jul); sketch for clerestory window, (15 Jul); RC church, Moor Park, Preston, by E.W. Pugin (1 Aug); Sacred Heart church, Donnybrook, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Aug); RC church, Wolverhampton, by E.W. Pugin (1 Oct); illustrations to article 'North or South' (15 Oct); house, Glenties, Co. Donegal, by himself (15 Nov). Vol. 9 (1867): Scottish Provincial Office, Dublin, by T.N. Deane (1 Jan); altar, St Joseph's Church, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Feb); Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, by J. McCurdy (1 Mar); proposed Christian Brothers school, Drogheda, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Mar); proposed schools, Carlow, by John McCurdy (1 Apr); RC church, Glasthule, Co. Dublin, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Apr); RC church, Ballyhooley, Co. Cork, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 May); Gilbey's offices, Upper Sackville St, by W.G. Murray (1 Jul); chapel window, Convent of Mercy, Skibbereen, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Aug); Mr Wilson's shop, Nassau St, Dublin, by J. McCurdy (1 Oct); St Gregory's, Longton, by Pugin & Ashlin (15 Sep); Windele memorial, Botanic Gardens Cemetery, Cork, by himself (15 Oct); shooting lodge, Slievenamon, Co. Tipperary, by T.N. Deane (15 Dec). Vol. 10 (1868): Sketch for east end of a church (1 Apr); RC cemetery, Derry, by Robert Collins (1 May); presbytery, Monkstown, Co. Cork, by Pugin & Ashlin (1 Jun); Catholic Penitentiary, Belfast, by himself (15 Jul); Magdalen Asylum Church, Dublin, by J. Rawson Carroll (1 Aug); Imperial Hotel, Belfast, by Sherry & Hughes (15 Aug); St Ann's Church, Dawson St, by T.N. Deane (15 Oct); illustrations to anon. article, 'Architectural Musings' (15 Oct); RC church, Glenealey, by Pugin & Ashlin (1 Nov); Liverpool & London Insurance Office, Dublin, by T.N. Deane (15 Nov); Catholic church, Brosna, Co. Kerry, by Pugin & Ashlin (1 Dec); RC church, Ardfert, Co. Kerry, by G.C. Ashlin (15 Dec). House Painters' Hall, Aungier St, by R. Thornton (15 Dec). Vol. 11 (1869): Clock tower, Green St, Dublin, by E.H. Carson (1 Jan); Angel Hotel, Inns Quay, Dublin, by himself (15 Jan); Brittas House, Co. Offaly, by J. McCurdy (1 Feb); Violet Hill, Co. Wicklow, by W. Fogerty (1 Mar); villa at Dundela, by William Hastings (15 Mar); Diocesan Seminary, Belfast, by J. O'Neill (15 May); Royal Insurance Office, Dame St, Dublin, by W.G. Murray (1 Jun); O'Connell Tomb, by Earley & Powells (15 Jun); Ursulin convent chapel, Doneraile, by G.C. Ashlin (1 Jul); villa, Beckenham, Kent, by J. & W. Fogerty (15 Jul); pulpit in St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, (15 Aug); New wing, Loreto Convent, Fermoy, by G.C. Ashlin (15 Sep); premises, Shore St, Holywood, by himself (1 Oct); Ballycraigy Manor, Co. Antrim, by W. Redfern Kelly (15 Oct); Drum Manor, Co. Tyrone, by W. Hastings (15 Nov). Vol. 12 (1870): Villa at Strandtown, Belfast, by T. Jackson & Son (1 Jan); 4 houses, Chichester-by-the-Sea, Co. Antrim, by himslf (1 Feb); villa at Sydenham, Belfast, by T. Jackson & Son (15 Feb); Sligo town hall, by W. Hague (1 Mar); St Saviour's Dominican church, Limerick, by Goldie & Childe (15 Dec).
(6) IB 12, 15 Jun 1870, 135.
(7) IB 16, 15 Jan 1874, 17.
(8) IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172.
(9) Obituary in IB 21, 1 Jan 1879, 4.
(10) IB 16, 1 Feb 1874, 43.
(11) RIAI council meeting minutes 7 Apr 1873, 178; general meeting minutes, 17 Apr 1873, 257; IB 15, 1 May 1873, 128.
(12) Freeman's Journal, 18 Feb 1865.


59 work entries listed in chronological order for HEVEY, TIMOTHY


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, O'CONNELL MONUMENT
Date: 1864[-18655
Nature: Entrant in first and second competitions. 1st competition entry a design for statue beneath canopy (Mott: 'Derrynane'.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 18 Feb 1865 (design described);  Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 221-2,252-3

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GLENTIES, HOUSE
Date: 1866
Nature: New house, on a rise ¼ mile to E of church, to be built, or Daniel McDevitt, jr. Limestone, with tower and porch. Builders: M. Martin & James Campbell, Ballybofey.
Refs: DB 8, 15 Nov 1866, 272(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 201-2

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GLENTIES, CHURCH OF ST CONALL (RC, OLD)
Date: 1866a
Nature: Porch & interior fittings, for Rev. Patrick Gallagher, PP. Builder: M. Martin & James Campbell, Ballybofey.
Refs: DB 8, 15 Nov 1866, 272; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 200-201, 287-8

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU ROAD (BALLYNAFEIGH), GOOD SHEPHERD PENITENTIARY
Date: 1868
Nature: Competition entrant, placed second to Sherry & Hughes. For Most Rev. Dr. Patrick Dorrian, Bishop of Down & Connor.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Jul 1868, 174(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 220

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, SHORE STREET, SHOPS (002)
Date: 1869
Nature: At corner of Shore St (?project modified as Railway Hotel, q.v.?)
Refs: IB 11, 15 Sep 1869, 213; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 204-5

Building: CO. LOUTH, ARDEE, TOWN HALL
Date: 1869
Nature: Competition entrant.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 215

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, SHORE STREET, RAILWAY HOTEL
Date: 1869
Nature: New premises, for Patrick Burns 'intended to be used as a large tavern' about to be built. Contractor: William Nimmick, Holywwod.
Refs: IB 11, 15 Sep,1 Oct 1869, 213,220(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 204-5

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INNS QUAY, NO. 011-12 (ANGEL HOTEL)
Date: 1869
Nature: IB 11, 15 Jan 1869, 18(illus.); Extension including new billiard room and storage area, for Hugh O'Rorke, Dalkey. Contractor: James Donovan, Dub Laoghaire. Demolished.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 198

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBKILLE (RC)
Date: 1869-71
Nature: TH wins competition, July 1869. For Rev. James O'Laverty, PP. Contractor: John Ross, Belfast. Clerk of Works: McMullen. Tower added by M.H. Thomson, 1888.
Refs: B 25, 9 Nov 1867, 828; IB 11, 15 Jul,1 Aug 1869, 168,180; 12, 15 Apr 1870, 86,94(illus.); 13, 1 Jun 1871, notice of contract; 16, 15 Jan 1874, 17; Architect 3, 23 Apr 1870, 204; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 202-4

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CORALSTOWN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1870
Nature: Design by J.P. Davis possibly 'ghosted' or modified by T. Hevey.
Refs: IB 12, 15 Aug 1870, 194(illus.); Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 369; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 246

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON PARK
Date: 1870
Nature: Street layout, ?for Thomas Dixon.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 242

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD, MILLTOWN CATHOLIC CEMETERY
Date: 1870
Nature: New cemetery with gateway and boundary wall for Most Rev. Dr. Pattick Dorrian, Bishop of Down and Connor. Contractor: J. & J. Guiler, Belfast. Carvings executed by local craftsmen to Hevey's designs..
Refs: IB 11, 15 Nov 1869, 255; 12, 1 May,1 Jul 1870, 110,145(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 188-90

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CREBILLY HOUSE
Date: 1870
Nature: Farm offices, for Col. Robert and Mary Wardlaw (or Gerard Wardlaw?).
Refs: IB 12, 1 Feb 1870, 38; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 196

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ISLANDMAGEE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 1870
Nature: Adds.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 205-6

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEHEAD, CHICHESTER-BY-THE-SEA, MARINE PARADE, NO. 008-11
Date: 1870
Nature: Block of four houses built under direction of Timothy Hevey (?the architect or his father) as first stage of development of proposed new seaside town, for Hugh Andrews.
Refs: IB 12, 1 Feb 1870, 25,32,33(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 194-5

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYCARRY (LARNE), SHOP & COTTAGES (013)
Date: 1870-71
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of same.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 241

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMORE, CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (RC)
Date: 1870-73
Nature: New cruciform church mwith tower, replacing one of 1829, for Rev. William McCartan, PP. FS laid 29 (or 27?) Oct 1871. Dedicated 28 (or 29?) Sep 1873. Contractor: H. & J. Martin, Belfast. Contractor for spire: McCullogh, Armagh.
Refs: IB 12, 15 Sep 1870, 219(illus.); 15, 1 Oct 1873, 265; E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings of the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 11; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 196-8

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYCARRY (LARNE), HOUSE
Date: 1871
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of same.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 241

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANN STREET, NO. 029 (JOHN MARTIN & CO.)
Date: 1871
Nature: Reconstruction of part of building, for John Martin (of Shrigley, Co. Down). Now demolished.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 185

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CALLENDER STREET, NO. 002
Date: 1871
Nature: Rebuilding of licensed premises, for Thomas Murtagh. Subject of legal action in which TH sought to recover £21.19s from Murtagh.  (Altered Nov 1894 by E. & J. Byrne and demolished 1964)
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 22 Sep 1875; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 185-6

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD, MILLTOWN CATHOLIC CEMETERY
Date: 1871
Nature: Clarke & Canavan Memorial cross.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 237

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PROSPECT (CARRICKFERGUS), COTTAGE
Date: 1871
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of same, for Daniel O'Rorke.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 243-4.

Building: CO. DOWN, LEITRIM, CHURCH OF ST MARY IMMACULATE (RC)
Date: 1871-74
Nature: New church in Drumgooland Upper parish, replacing one of 1830, for Rev. Arthur Finnegan, PP. FS laid 8 Jun 1871; dedicated 2 Aug 1874. Contractor: O'Flynn & Mackin. Carving and altars: C.W. Harrison, Dublin. Spire added 1874.
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 12; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 206

Building: CO. DOWN, SHRIGLEY, MARTIN CLOCK TOWER AND FOUNTAIN
Date: 1871ca
Nature: Commemorates community's debt to John Martin for employment provided by his flax-spinning business and for his many charitable benefactions. TH winner of competition.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 212-13

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, SCHOOLS
Date: 1872
Nature: Competition entrant and member of deputation of unsuccessful entrants who made representations to the Board about the selection of YOUNG & MACKENZIE's design, 19 Nov 1872..
Refs: B 30, 30 Nov 1872, 950

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BANK STREET, NO. 007-17 (ST MARY'S CATHOLIC HALL)
Date: 1872-3
Nature: Competition entrant. Design exh. Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876.
Refs: IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 215-217

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LOUGHGUILE, PAROCHIAL HOUSE & OFFICES
Date: 1872-3
Nature: For Rev. Cornelius Magee, PP (d. 27 Feb 1873) and his successor, Rev. John H. Lennon.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 210

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU PARK
Date: 1872-73
Nature: TH wins competition for designing same, with J.F. MacKinnon, but no evidence that plan was carried out. For Belfast Town Council. (Belfast Corporation bought Ormeau demesne from Marquess of Donegall, 1871, 100 acres of which to be used for park - see B 29, ? ? 1871, 323.)
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 218-19

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WHITEWELL ROAD, THRONE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Date: 1872-74
Nature: French Gothic. For Samuel & John Martin, Shrigley, Co. Down. Contractor: H. & J. Martin, Belfast. (On site purchased by Samuel Martin, c.1871, for erection of cottage hospitals for orphan children and convalescent hospital, see IB 15, 1 Jan 1872, 15.)
Refs: IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172; B 35, 27 Oct 1877, ?; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 192-3

Building: CO. TYRONE, STRABANE, ABERCORN SQUARE, HUMPHREY MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER & FOUNTAIN
Date: 1873
Nature: ?With James F. MacKinnon. Removed 1931.
Refs: 2 designs exh. Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876 (see IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 213

Building: CO. DONEGAL, LETTERMACWARD, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1873
Nature: For Rev. James M
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 209-10

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL STREET, ST PATRICK'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1873-77
Nature: New cruciform church, to seat 2000, with tower and spire. Apsidal end. . Designed by TH and Mortimer Thomson. Opened 12 Aug 1877. Builder: Collon Bros., Portadown & Dublin. Decorative carving by Neill & Pearse, Dublin. Design exh. Belfast Industrial Exhibition 1876.
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; 17, 1 Jan 1875,3,6(illus.); 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172; 19, 15 Aug 1877, 245; J. O'Laverty, Diocese of Down & Connor (1878), ?; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 186-7

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, DERRYMACASHED ROAD, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1874
Nature: With Mortimer Thomson, for Rev. James McKenna. Unexecuted? (Existing house not built until 1881)
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 223-4

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, DERRYMACASHED ROAD, ST PATRICK'S SCHOOLS
Date: 1874
Nature: With Mortimer H. Thomson, for Rev. James McKenna. Unexecuted. (Existing school not built until 1881)
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 223-4

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DUNFANAGHY, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1874
Nature: For Rev. Thomas Diver, PP. Unexecuted.
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 222-3

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMORE, UNITARIAN MANSE
Date: 1874
Nature: Proposed new manse. Unexecuted.
Refs: IB 17, 1 Jan 1875, 9; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 221; see also DOW, DROMORE, MANSE.

Building: CO. DOWN, WARRENPOINT, CHURCH OF ST PETER (RC)
Date: 1874
Nature: Tower. For the Rev. Eugene McMullen, PP., Contractor: McShane & Lavery, Newry.
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 6-7; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 213-4

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GWEEDORE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1874
Nature: Addition of gabled extension on N side with wheel window in gable. For Rev. James McFadden, PP. (Now a library)
Refs: IB 16, 15 Sep 1874, 343; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 202

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CUSHENDALL, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1874
Nature: Memorial cross in graveyard in memory of Rev. John Fitzsimons, PP, designed by T. Hevey. Sculptor: C.W. Harrison, Dublin. Destroyed by storms.
Refs: IB 16, 1 Jul 1874, 182,183,185(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 238-9

Building: CO. DONEGAL, LETTERKENNY, MAIN STREET, LITERARY INSTITUTE (CATHOLIC HALL)
Date: 1874-1877
Nature: For Most Rev. Dr James McDevitt, Bishop of Raphoe. Builder: John Harkin, Letterkenny. Cost about £1,600.
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; 18, 15 Jun,1 Jul 1876, 170(illus.),175,188; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 207-9

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWRY, VIOLET HILL, ST COLMAN'S DIOCESAN COLLEGE
Date: 1874-1879
Nature: New 3-storey block and tower. Completed Sep 1879. Contractors: McShane and Lavery, Newry.
Refs: IB 21, 1 Sep 1879, 274; B 37, 27 Sep 1879, 1087; E. Campbell & B.J. Mooney, History of St Colman's College, Newry (1944), 30-49; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 210-11

Building: CO. DONEGAL, LETTERKENNY, MAIN STREET, HIBERNIAN BANK
Date: 1874-75
Nature: TH winner of limited competition. FS laid Oct 1874. Contractors: Collen Bros, Portadown & Dublin. Cost (exclusive of decoration): circa £2,000.
Refs: IB 16, 1 Nov 1874, 306; 17, 1 Feb 1875, 34(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 207

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAPHOE, CHURCH OF ST EUNAN (RC)
Date: 1874-78
Nature: For Most Rev. Dr. James McDevitt, Bishop of Raphoe, and the Rev. Bernard Kelly. FS laid 21 Oct 1877; dedicated 3 Nov 1878. Builder: James McAdorey, Belfast.
Refs: IB 16, 15 Dec 1874, 343; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 211-2

Building: CO. DONEGAL, LETTERKENNY, SHOP, HOUSE & BONDED WAREHOUSE
Date: 1875
Nature: For Joseph Gallagher & Son.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 209

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HILL STREET, ?
Date: 1875
Nature: Tenders invited for alts., for Thomas Quinn.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 243

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNLOUGH, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (RC)
Date: 1875
Nature: Altar, erected by Joseph Duff, Belfast. For Rev. William Dempsey, PP.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 237-8

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLEE, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1876
Nature: Tenders invited for painting, for Rev. John McCorry, PP.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994,

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DUNLEWEY, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1876
Nature: For William A. Ross. Unexecuted.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 223

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DUNLEWEY, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1876-77
Nature: Hiberno-Romanesque, for William Augustine Ross. Builder: James McAdorey, Belfast.
Refs: Architect 17, 14 Apr 1877, 246(illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 198-9; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 269; Simon Walker, Historic Ulster Churches (Institute of Irish Studies, 2000), 138(illus.)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CARRICK, PAROCHIAL HOUSE & OFFICES
Date: 1877
Nature: For Rev. John McGroarty. Demolished circa 1970.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 194

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SUSSEX PLACE, ST MALACHY'S SCHOOLS
Date: 1877-78
Nature: For Rev. John Brennan. Builder: White, Belfast. Clerk of Works: Robert Flanagan.
Refs: Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 47, no. 101 (illus.); Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 191-2

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWRY, HILL STREET, CATHEDRAL OF SS PATRICK & COLMAN (RC)
Date: 1877-79
Nature: Proposed new chancel, enlargement and improvements, for Rev. Bernard O'Hagan, administrator. Completed 1879.
Refs: Architect 17, 30 Jun 1877, 414(illus.); IB 21, 1 Sep 1879, 274; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 224-5

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PRINCE'S DOCK STREET, ST JOSEPH'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1877-79
Nature: Executed by Mortimer Thomason, based on Hevey's proposal. Builder: Henry Fulton, Belfast. Clerk of Works: Robert Flanagan.
Refs: J. O'Laverty, Diocese of Down & Connor (1878), ?; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 190-91; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 46 (no. 100, illus.)

Building: CO. DOWN, ANNACLONE (BANBRIDGE), CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (RC)
Date: 1878
Nature: Tenders invited for adds. & alts., for Rev. Hugh Mooney, PP.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 185.

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHADEE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1878-1881
Nature: Enlargement and improvement including addition of chancel and organ chamber and provision of 'nearly one hundred sittings'.. Cruciform shape retained with one wing enlarged; communion table moved to widened wing. Roof of wing supported by 2 rows of columns of polished Newry granite.  Greater number of old box pews replaced by new benches 'of modern design'. Pulpit and lectern retained but moved to where more visible.  Work superintended by John Henry Fullerton after Hevey's death in Dec 1878.Church reopened 3 Jul 1881. Cost: £1370.
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 23, no 70, 30 Apr 1881, 296; 23, no. 80, 9 Jul 1881, 474,477;  Handbook of the United Dicese of Down & Connor & Dromore (Belfast, 1886), 42;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 99(illus.);  exterior of church also illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 190.

Building: CO. DOWN, PORTAFERRY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1878a
Nature: Altars of St Patrick and BVM, for Rev. Patrick Maginn, PP, attr. to Hevey by O'Laverty.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), II, 78; Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 239

Building: CO. DONEGAL, TERMON, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Proposed remodelling. Unexecuted.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 225

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GLENSWILLY, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: ?
Nature: For Rev. Michael Logue, PP. Attributed to TH by O'Reilly.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 200

Building: CO. DONEGAL, FINTOWN, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: ?
Nature: For Rev. Charles MacGlynn, PP. Demolished.
Refs: Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 199-200

Author Title Date Details
Anon. [t. Hevey?] 'A glance at some recent work in Cork' 1866 DB 8, 15 Jan 1866, 15. (Article attr. to Hevey by Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 56.)
Anon. [t. Hevey?] 'New Catholic Cemetery in Belfast' 1869 IB 11, 15 Nov 1869, 255. (Article attr. to Hevey by Sean O'Reilly, 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture', Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994, 57-8.)
Hevey, Timothy 'North or South' 1866 DB 8, 15 Oct 1866, 248.
Hevey, Timothy 'Christian Brothers' Convent, Drogheda' 1867 IB 9, 1 Oct 1867, 262. (Letter to editor.)
Hevey, Timothy Proposed Catholic Hall, Belfast. Explanation of design submitted in competition 1873 Belfast, 1873.
Hevey, Timothy 'Church Building' 1875 IB 17, 15 Dec 1875, 353. (Letter to editor.)
Hevey, Timothy 'On church building' 1875 IB 17, 15 Nov 1875, 310-11 (or 320-21?) (Paper read to Belfast Architectural Association, 8 Nov 1875.)
O'reilly, Sean 'Timothy Hevey (1846-1878): an episode in Irish High Victorian architecture' 1994 Ph.D. thesis, 2 vols., submitted to the National University of Ireland, June 1994.