Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect and civil engineer, of Dublin. William Kaye-Parry was born on 28 June 1853,(1) the son of William Parry, proprietor of the Salthill Hotel, Salthill, Co. Dublin.(2) He was articled to JOHN MCCURDY  JOHN MCCURDY from 1 November 1870 until 1 November 1873.(3) He subsequently entered Trinity College, Dublin, where he gained the BAI degree in 1875 with special certificates in practical engineering and in mechanical and experimental physics.(4) He started to practice independently as an architect and civil engineer in 1877 and in 1880 won a competition for a design for a concert hall at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, for which THOMAS DREW  THOMAS DREW acted as assessor.(5) In the same year he showed his first design at the RHA; he exhibited further designs in 1881, 1882, 1883, 1886 and 1896.(6) From 1889 until 1903 he was surveyor to the Kingstown Estate. He entered into partnership with GEORGE MURRAY ROSS  GEORGE MURRAY ROSS in late 1898 or early 1899, and in 1900 the partners opened a London office at 53 Victoria Street, Westminster, which was run by P.F. McKenzie Richards, AMICE. AMICE. (7)

It was as an engineer specializing in sewerage and domestic sanitation, as much as an architect, that Kaye-Parry established a reputation. He was engineer to a number of urban and district councils, designed drainage and sewage systems throughout the country and delivered many papers and lectures on sanitary matters.(8) His appointments in this connection included engineer to the Dublin Sanitary Association, 1883-1890,(9) consulting engineer to the Ulster Sanitary Association, 1891,(10) university examiner in practical sanitary engineering for the qualification of state medicine, Trinity College, Dublin, 1895,(11) and external examiner in sanitary engineering in the Faculty of Technology, Victoria University of Manchester.(12) He was a founder member of the Dublin Sanitary Association, from which developed the Dublin Artisans' Dwelling Company. An.early supporter of technical education,(13) he was chairman of the selection committee of the Appointments and Training branch of the Ministry of Labour.

Kaye-Parry's obituarist in the journal of the RIAI describes him as a man with a logical mind, exceptional soundness of judgment and boundless energy, whose 'austere and occasionally dictatorial manner' hid 'a very kindly disposition and a generous appreciation of work well done'. He never fully recovered from a severe accident in 1921, when he broke his thigh in two places.(14) In 1926 or 1927 ARNOLD HENDY ARNOLD HENDY , an assistant in the practice, was taken into the partnership which became known as KAYE-PARRY ROSS & KAYE-PARRY ROSS & amp; HENDY HENDY . During the last years of his life, probably from the mid 1920s onwards, Kaye-Parry lived in London, where he died, aged 79, after a long illness on 10 November 1932.(15) He was married and had at least three sons, one of whom, Eric, was a civil engineer, and a daughter.(16)

Kaye-Parry's pupils and assistants included LORENZO BAKER LORENZO BAKER , EDWIN BRADBURY EDWIN BRADBURY , HENRY JOHN LYONS HENRY JOHN LYONS , GEORGE L. O'CONNOR. THOMAS JOHNSON RUSHTON GEORGE L. O'CONNOR. THOMAS JOHNSON RUSHTON , JAMES BRAMWELL SMITH  JAMES BRAMWELL SMITH and THOMAS PETTIT WARDROP THOMAS PETTIT WARDROP . Competitions for which he acted as assessor included RIAI housing of working class in towns in Ireland competition, 1919,(17) Cobh houses competition, 1919,(18) and Ballymena Town Hall competition.(19)

AAI: proposed as member, October 1872;(20) elected November 1872;(21) elected fellow by 1895; reads paper, 'Drainage & sanitary construction', 23 February 1897;(22) reads paper, 'The Architect's ABC', January 1918.(23)
ICEI: elected member, 1 Feb 1888;(24) reads various papers 1888-1913, see Bibliography; awarded Mullins Silver Medal for paper, 'Sewage disposal by the gravitation Syphon System', 1890; (25) council member, 1897;(26) awarded Mullins Gold Medal for paper, 'The application of recent advances in the study and treatment of sewage', 1895.(27)
Inst.CE:(28) elected associate member, 9 January 1894; transferred to class of member, 28 November 1899; disappears from roll between 1925 and 1926.
RIAI:(29) elected member 4 June 1883, proposed by JOHN MCCURDY JOHN MCCURDY , seconded by W.M. MITCHELL MITCHELL ;(30) elected fellow, 16 Dec 1893;(31) attacks Irish Builder over article critical of RIAI in issue of 15 Jan 1898;(32) reads paper, 'Pitfalls of practising architects', 23 Febrary 1899;(33) council member, 1911-1913; vice-president, 1914-1916; president, 1917-1919; ex-officio member of council, 1920-1932. RIBA: elected fellow, 15 May 1899; suspended, 1927.(34)
Royal Sanitary Institute: member by 1899;(35) fellow and examiner by 1923.(36)

Addresses:(37) Work: 12 Westland Row, 1877-80; 4 Nassau Street, 1881-85; 42 Dame Street, 1886-1890; 35 Dame Street, 1890(38)-1898; Palatine Chambers, 63 Dawson Street, 1899-1906; 48 Kildare Street, from 1908. Home: 1 Tivoli Parade, Dun Laoghaire, 1881-1888; 6 Charlemont Terrace, Dun Laoghaire, 1889->=1913; Bandora, 60 Merrion Road, 1915; 14 Northumberland Road, 1917-18; 117 Baggot Street Lower, 1922; 136 Delaware Mansions, Paddington, London, at time of death.

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References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Who's Who in Architecture, 1923, 146, and from the obituaries of Kaye-Parry in JRIAI (1933), 17, and IB 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1038. His death is also noted in AJ 76, 23 Nov 1932, 76. Photographs of Kaye-Parry appear in IB Jubilee Number (1909), 45, and JRIAI (1917), 1.

(1) Information form candidate's circular of 6 Nov 1893 for admission as associate member of Inst.CE, supplied by Mrs Carol Morgan, Inst.CE archivist.
(2) Kaye-Parry changed his name from William Kaye Parry to William Kaye-Parry by deed poll of 29 Nov 1905, see IB 47, 16 Dec 1905, 893.
(3) Indenture of apprenticeship in possession of Kaye Parry & Partners Architects, 59 Merrion Sq, Dublin, in 1987.
(4) See note 1, above.
(5) The design was reproduced in IB 22, 15 Dec 1880, 350.
(6) See RHA Index, III, 64 and list of works. His design for a half-timbered cottage exhibited in 1883 (no. 555) was reproduced in IB 24, 1 Aug 1882, 223.
(7) IB 42, 15 Jun 1900, 385.
(8) See bibliography for published lectures. See also below under AAI and RIAI and IB 51, 6 Mar 1909, 152.
(9) See note 1, above.
(10) IB 33, 1 Mar 1891, 57.
(11) IB 37, 1 Feb 1895, 41.
(12) IB 51, 23 Jan 1909, 37.
(13) IB 72, 7 Jun 1930, 498.
(14) IB 63, 31 Dec 1921, 824.
(15) Copy of death certificate of 12 Nov 1932 in Jones file; the causes of death are given as pneumonia, septic toxaemia and chronic purulent osteomyelitis.
(16) 1911 census of Ireland http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai000242300/ (last visited Feb 2009).  Eric Kaye-Parry was awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre in 1918;(IB 60, 19 Feb 1918, 96) another son, S[tanley?] Kaye-Parry, was the witness named on William Kaye-Parry's death certificate.
(17) IB 61, 19 Apr 1919, 188.
(18) IB 61, 6 Dec 1919, 563.
(19) IB 62, 19 Jun,23 Oct 1920, 405,673; 66, 9 Aug 1924, 697.
(20) IB 14, 15 Oct 1872, 281.
(21) IB 14, 15 Nov 1872, 313.
(22) IB 39, 1 Mar 1897, 51.
(23) IB 60, 19 Jan 1918, 29.
(24) TICEI 19 (1887-1888), 101.
(25) TICEI 20 (1888-1890), Annual Report of Council 1890, 2.
(26) TICEI 26 (1896-1897), list of officers.
(27) TICEI 25 (1895-96), 133; 26 (1896-97), 39.
(28) Information from Mrs Carol Morgan, archivist, Inst.CE.
(29) From RIAI lists of officers unless otherwise stated.
(30) RIAI council meeting minutes, 4 Jun 1883, 228.
(31) RIAI council meeting minutes, 7 Dec 1893, 308; annual general meeting minutes, 16 Dec 1893, 310.
(32) IB 40, 15 Jan,1 Feb 1898, 11,18.
(33) IB 41, 15 Feb 1899, 22; RIAI general meeting minutes, 23 Feb 1899, 333;  Irish Times, 27 Feb 1899.
(34) Directory of British Architects 1834-1900 (RIBA, 1993), 516.
(35) See note 28, above.
(36) Who's Who in Architecture, 1923, 146.
(37) From Thom's Directories, RIAI and ICEI lists of members unless otherwise stated.
(38) Irish Times, 29 Sep 1890.


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, MONKSTOWN, EATON PLACE, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1877
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting 4 new houses, May 1877..
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 3 May 1877.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BLOOMFIELD AVENUE (DONNYBROOK), ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES
Date: 1880
Nature: New gates being erected for governors of hospital.
Refs: IB 22, 15 Aug 1880, 235

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, EARLSFORT TERRACE, HOUSE(S)
Date: 1880
Nature: Design exh. at RHA.
Refs: RHA 1880, no. 199; IB 22, 15 Mar 1880, 83; one of same advertised as to let in Irish Times, 5 Dec 1881, 2.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTLAND ROW, NO. 036-37 (ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC)
Date: 1880
Nature: WKP submits proposal for concert hall in response to advertisement. None of designs sent in adopted.
Refs: IB 22, 15 Dec 1880, 350,353(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST ANDREW'S STREET, ST ANDREW'S SCHOOL (CI)
Date: 1881
Nature: Erected at rere of St Andrew's church.
Refs: RHA 1881, no. 590; IB 23, 1 May 1881, 132,136(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILDARE STREET, NATIONAL MUSEUM
Date: 1881-82
Nature: Unselected competition entrant in first competition.
Refs: Design exh. RHA, 1882, no. 643

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON, COURTHOUSE SQUARE, COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Date: 1883
Nature: Submits design for new court house with Henry A. Cheers, but that of the County Surveyor (Christopher Mulvany) selected. (Former court house recently destroyed by fire.)
Refs: IB 25, 1 Sep 1883, 270(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, EARLSFORT TERRACE
Date: 1883
Nature: Design (of what?) exh. RHA 1883
Refs: RHA 1883, no. 545

Building: WALES, DEGANWAY, COTTAGE
Date: 1886
Nature: Tenders received for erecting cottage residence.
Refs: IB 28, 1 Jun 1886, 169

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAWSON STREET, NO. 008 (YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION)
Date: 1886
Nature: Gregg Memorial Hall at rere of YMCA formerly opened May 1886. Builder: Tighe & Sons, Ranelagh.
Refs: IB 28, 15 May 1886, 155;    Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 515.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INCHICORE, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1886
Nature: Builder: J. & W. Beckett.
Refs: IB 27, 15 Sep 1885, 262; 28, 15 Jan 1886, 29 (illus)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PEARSE STREET, PREMISES (THOMAS MCKENZIE & SONS?)
Date: 1886
Nature: Design exh. RHA 1886.
Refs: RHA 1886, no. 573

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BLACKROCK, BATHS
Date: 1886-87
Nature: New seawater baths for Blackrock Promenade Pier and Baths Co. Tenders received May 1886. Opened Jun 1887. Contractor: T. Ingram Dixon, Dublin.
Refs: IB 28, 1 Jun 1886, 169; 29, 15 Jul 1887, 210 (NB Records of this company are in the National Archives, Acc. 1046/48)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, ROYAL TERRACE NORTH, COTTAGE HOME FOR LITTLE CHILDREN
Date: 1886-87
Nature: New buildings 'about to be erected', Dec 1886.
Refs: Designs, 1887, in IAA, Alan Hope Collection, 86/127, Folder 3; IB 28, 1 Dec 1886, 319; RHA 1896, no. 437

Building: CO. DUBLIN, LOUGHLINSTOWN, RATHDOWN UNION WORKHOUSE
Date: 1887
Nature: Sewerage scheme.
Refs: IB 29, 1 Sep 1887, 252

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GRANGEGORMAN, RICHMOND LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1887-89
Nature: Sanitary annexe, 1887 (£7,190); female wing, 1888; new baths, lavatories &c., 1889. Also main drainage.
Refs: IAA, PKS 0598, B13/42, B14/15, A07 (Oct 1887, Jul 1888, p.303-4,306); IB 31, 1 Apr,15 Jul 1889, 96,191; Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, EARLSFORT TERRACE, NO. 012 (IRISH CLERGY DAUGHTERS SCHOOL)
Date: 1888
Nature: Addition of 2 dormitories and isolation ward. Tender of J. Pemberton & Son for £1,243 accepted. FS laid June 1888.
Refs: IB 30, 15 Jun 1888, 160,168

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, EARLSFORT TERRACE, ALEXANDRA COLLEGE
Date: 1888-89;1890;1893-4
Nature: New school building with frontage of 100 ft to Earlsfort Tce. FS laid Jun 1888. Contractor: Thomas Wardrop & Sons.Cost: £5,000. Enlarged, 1890. Drill hall, 1893 (opened 27 Feb 1894). New sanitary system.
Refs: IB 30, 15 Jun 1888, 160,168; 31, 15 Sep 1889, 235; 32, 15 Nov 1890, 263; 35, 15 Aug 1893, 193; 52, 17 Sep 1910, 573(illus.); RHA 1896, 436; Who's Who in Architecture (1923), 146; candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives);  Irish Times, 28 Feb 1894.

Building: CO. KILDARE, CARTON
Date: 1889
Nature: Water supply, drainage and sewage disposal. For 5th Duke of Leinster
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Mrs Carol Morgan, Inst.CE archives); IAA, PKS B14/40, A07 (Mar 1889, p.346)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, GREYSTONES, ST DAVID'S
Date: 1889
Nature: Adds., new stables and office, for Arthur Hughes, Esq. Tender of Henry Pemberton, Ballybrack, for £829 accepted.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 97

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, EGLINTON ROAD?, ST ANDREW'S SCHOOL, TEACHER'S RESIDENCE
Date: 1889
Nature: Tenders received.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 97; Architect 41, 8 Apr 1889, suppl. p. 1

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BALROTHERY, SEWERAGE
Date: 1889
Nature: Main and outfall sewers, for guardians of Balrothery Union. Tenders received.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Sep 1889, 217

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST MICHAEL'S HILL, SYNOD HALL (CI)
Date: 1889
Nature: New sanitary & plumbing arrangements. Plumbers: Maguire & Son.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 96

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION ROAD, NO. 202 (ST JOHN'S HOUSE OF REST)
Date: 1889
Nature: Adds. Tender of George J. Crampton, Dublin, for £627.17.3 accepted.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 97

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WERBURGH STREET, ST WERBURGH'S CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1889
Nature: New gates and railings and alts. to entrance. Tender of Henry Sharpe for £214.10s accepted.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 97

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RINGSEND, PATENTED MACHINE BOTTLE-BLOWING COMPANY
Date: 1889
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting new glass bottle works; 'all necessary information from the Company's Engineer, W. Kaye Parry...' ( Not executed?)
Refs: Advertisement in Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, 5 Jun 1889 (information from Alison Moyra, Nov 2010).

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, MULLINGAR, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1889-90
Nature: Additions, including Turkish bath, with Arthur Edward Joyce. £21,500. Builder: J. Good. Electric light, 1890. Water supply, drainage and sanitary plumbing. lso boiler house and chimney?
Refs: IAA, PKS 0681, B14/47, B15/17, A07 (Apr 1889-Jun 1890, pp.338,387-388); IB 30, 15 Nov 1888, 282; 32, 1 Dec 1890, 283; Architect  41, 31 May 1889, suppl. p.2; 42, 11 Oct 1889, suppl. p.2candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives); Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 420,Pl.129.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, CRINKEN (SHANKILL), HACKETT MEMORIAL HALL
Date: 1889-90
Nature: New parochial hall to accommodate about 200 people for parish of St James (CI), Shankill;  'a pretty little red brick building with stone facings'.  Erected in memory of Rev. John Winthrop Hackett. Stained-glass memorial window at rere of hall presented by WK-P. Opened 14 Jul 1890.  Cost: £1000ca. Contracter: Henry Pemberton, Ballybrack.
Refs: IB 31, 15 Jun 1889, 159; 34, 1 Jul 1890, 162;  Irish Times, 15 Jul 1890.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, GREYSTONES, ARDEEN
Date: 1890
Nature: Villa residence for Arthur W.W. Baker. Tenders received.
Refs: IB 32, 1 Dec 1890, 283;  illus. in National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=WI&regno=16304097 (last visited Aug 2009).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BLACKHALL PLACE, BLUE COAT SCHOOL
Date: 1890
Nature: New drainage and sanitary arrangements.
Refs: IB 32, 15 Nov 1890, 263; Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, NAVAN ROAD (CABRA), ST JOSEPH'S INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF
Date: 1890
Nature: New system of drainage. Tender of A. Hammond & Co. for £820 + £480 accepted.
Refs: IB 32, 15 Nov,1 Dec 1890, 263,283

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 055 (ST VINCENT'S HOSPITAL)
Date: 1890
Nature: Alts. & imps., including new sanitary system.
Refs: B of I; candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst.CE (information from Mrs Carol Morgan, arvhivist, Inst.CE) Drawings for St Vincent's 'Nurses Home' by Kaye-Parry are included in drawings for W. H. Byrne Collection material in IAA, 2006/142.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, QUINSBOROUGH ROAD, ST ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1890
Nature: Addition of new transept. Opened 14 Sep 1890. Builder: Hudman & Co., Harmony Row.
Refs: Irish Times, 12 Sep 1890.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HARCOURT STREET, NO. 040 (HIGH SCHOOL)
Date: 1891
Nature: Complete sanitary system.
Refs: Signed plan, dated 1891, of proposed drains in Erasmus Smith Schools archive, Danum, Zion Rd, Rathgar, Dublin; candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, GEORGE'S STREET UPPER, NO. 043 (MEN'S CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE)
Date: 1891-92
Nature: Funds mainly supplied by William McComas, JP. Builder: Henry Pemberton, Ballybrack. £4,000.
Refs: IAA, PKS 0693, B15/37, A07, p.221 (May 1891-Jun 1893); IB 34, 15 Jan,15 Nov 1892, 20, 241; RHA 1896, no. 420

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CAMBRIDGE ROAD (RINGSEND), PEMBROKE TECHNICAL & RINGSEND FISHERY SCHOOLS
Date: 1892
Nature: WKP wins competition. Tenders invited, Apr 1892.  FS laid 20 Jun 1892 by Earl of Pembroke. Builder: Collen Bros.
Refs: Irish Times, 7 Apr,18 May 1892;  B 62, 28 May 1892, 424; IB 34, 1 Jul 1892, 150; 35, 15 Jun 1893, 144; RHA 1896, no. 424

Building: CO. LAOIS, ABBEYLEIX, DRAINAGE
Date: 1892-94
Nature: To be carried out at cost of £1,700, 1894.
Refs: IB 34, 1 Oct 1892, 210; 36, 15 Jun 1894, 138; Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, LAURENCE STREET, GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Date: 1893
Nature: Drainage & plumbing. Tender of Maguire & Son, Dublin, for 413.15s. accepted
Refs: IB 35, 15 Aug 1893, 193; Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. LAOIS, ABBEYLEIX, DRAINAGE
Date: 1894
Nature: Cost: £1,700.
Refs: IB 36, 15 Jun 1894, 138

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HARBOUR ROAD (HOWTH), ST LAWRENCE HOTEL
Date: 1894
Nature: Drainage.  Addition of 10 bedrooms (also by Kaye-Parry?).  For Edward Costello, proprietor.
Refs: Irish Times, 16 Jul 1894.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, PORTRANE, LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1895
Nature: One of three joint premiated designs ('Mens Sana').
Refs: B of I files, citing Mrs D. Millar press cuttings;   Irish Times, 24 Jan 1895;  IB 37, 1,15 Apr 1895, 84,99; B 68, 13 Apr 1895, 278; Building News 68, 5 Apr 1895, 498

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, CROTON ROAD, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1895
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting 6 cottages.
Refs: Irish Times, 28 May 1895.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, NASSAU STREET, NO. 029 (EMPIRE RESTAURANT)
Date: 1895?
Nature: New premises for Mr McEnteggart, proprietor.
Refs: Irish Times, 19 Sep 1896.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, TOWNHALL STREET, TOWN HALL
Date: 1897
Nature: WKP wins 2nd prize in competition.
Refs: IB 39, 1 Jun 1897, 103; 41, 15 Oct 1899, 159

Building: CO. OFFALY, TULLAMORE, UNION WORKHOUSE
Date: 1897
Nature: Drainage & sewerage for Tullamore Board of Guardians.
Refs: IB 39, 1 Oct 1897, 189

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BLACKROCK, NEWTOWN AVENUE, TOWN HALL
Date: 1897
Nature: WKP appointed architect but declined terms of contract as unreasonable and resigned.
Refs: Evening Herald, 12 Jun 1897

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MARY STREET, NO. 046
Date: 1897
Nature: Premises at corner of Jervis St, covering nearly 4,000sq. ft, being erected. Contractors: Joseph Pemberton & Son.
Refs: B 72, 13 Mar 1897, 257

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MARY STREET, NO. 048 (EDWARD LEE)
Date: 1897
Nature: Conversion of house into drapery establishment for Edward Lee. Builder: Pemberton & Son.
Refs: IB 39, 15 Mar 1897, 61.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BALLINCLARE (GOREY)
Date: 1898
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting extensive additions, Feb 1898. For James Lynch, Esq.
Refs: Irish Times, 15,16 Feb 1898.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, GEORGE'S STREET, NO. 114-116
Date: 1898-99
Nature: Alterations and improvements for L.H. Walsh. Estimated cost: £2,495.
Refs: IAA, PKS 0791, B18/36, B19/07, A08 (Dec 1898)

Building: CO. OFFALY, TULLAMORE, WATERWORKS
Date: 1899ca
Nature: Extension.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1899ca
Nature: Main drainage.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, SUSSEX STREET, LIBRARY & READING ROOM
Date: 1900
Nature: New. Opened 15 Mar 1900. Builder: Ring & Co.
Refs: IB 42, 1 Apr 1900, 324

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, DUNGAR TERRACE
Date: 1910
Nature: New road with terrace of 12 'charming residences' and one detached house behind drapery premises of Mssrs. Edward Lee & Co.. George St.   Erected at cost of £7000 by Mssrs. Lee and handed over to Urban Council, Jun 1910. Contractor: Mssrs. Mosley & Frazer, Bray.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 14 Jun 1910.

Building: ENGLAND, NORTHALLERTON (YORKSHIRE), SEWERAGE
Date: ?
Nature: -
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: ENGLAND, CORNBURY PARK (OXFORDSHIRE)
Date: ?
Nature: Sewage disposal, drainage and water supply, for Harvey Du Cros.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. OFFALY, TULLAMORE, DRAINAGE & SEWERAGE
Date: ?
Nature: For Tullamore Union.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, SHIEL'S INSTITUTION
Date: ?
Nature: Complete new sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BLACKROCK ROAD, SOUTH CHARITABLE INFIRMARY & COUNTY HOSPITAL
Date: ?
Nature: Complete new sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, JOHN REDMOND STREET, NORTH CHARITABLE INFIRMARY
Date: ?
Nature: Complete new sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BLACKROCK, GROVE AVENUE, ST VINCENT'S CONVALESCENT HOME
Date: ?
Nature: Complete new sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BAGGOT STREET UPPER, CITY OF DUBLIN HOSPITAL
Date: ?
Nature: New sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CORK STREET, FEVER HOSPITAL & HOUSE OF RECOVERY
Date: ?
Nature: New sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 084-86 (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY)
Date: ?
Nature: New sanitary system.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MALAHIDE, MAIN DRAINAGE
Date: ?
Nature: -
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHDOWN, DRAINAGE & SEWAGE DISPOSAL
Date: ?
Nature: For Rathdown Union.
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHDOWN, TILLYSTOWN DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY
Date: ?
Nature: -
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RUSH, MAIN DRAINAGE
Date: ?
Nature: -
Refs: Candidate's circular, 6 Nov 1893, submitted to Inst. CE (information from Miss Carol Arrowsmsith, Inst.CE archives)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HAWKINS STREET, NO. 004, & D'OLIER STREE, NO. 019-20 (WHELAN & WHELAN)
Date: ?
Nature: Designs for same.
Refs: Undated drawings and blueprints in IAA, Acc.2004/93.20.

Author Title Date Details
Kaye-parry, William Sanitary Protection: a course of lectures 1884 Dublin, 1884.
Kaye-parry, William 'Domestic drainage in Dublin' 1884 IB 26, 15 Oct 1884, 306. (Paper read at Congress of Sanitary Institue, 2 Oct 1884.)
Kaye-parry, William 'Sewage disposal by the gravitation syphon system' 1889 IB 31, 1 Jan 1889, 1; TICEI 20 (1888-1890), 10. (Paper read to ICEI, 5 Dec 1888.)
Kaye-parry, William 'The sewage disposal of isolated dwellings' 1892;1893 IB 34, 15 Apr,1 May 1892, 88,101, and TICEI 22 (1892-93), 39-66. (Reprinted as booklet, 1893.)
Kaye-parry, William 'The application of recent advances in the study and treatment of sewage' 1895 TICEI 24 (1894-95), 130-165. Also published as booklet?)
Kaye-parry, William 'The administration of the Irish Sanitary Acts by the local authorities' 1896 TICEI 25 (1895-96), 8-26.
Kaye-parry, William Office Management. A handbook for architects and civil engineers 1901 London: E. & F.N.. Spon, 1901. (Noted in IB 43, 4 Jul,7 Nov 1901, 782,923)
Kaye-parry, William 'Fire proof floors' 1903 IB 45, 26 Feb 1903, ?. (Paper read to AAI, 17 Feb 1903.)
Kaye-parry, William 'Further advances in the study and treatment of sewage' 1905 TICEI 32 (1904-1905), 153-170; IB 47, 22 Apr 1905, 282
Kaye-parry, William 'Could the existing statutory & departmental requirement as to sewage disposal be relaxed in certain cases with advantage to the community?' 1907 IB 49, 13 Jul 1907, 498-501. (Paper read to Royal Sanitary Institute Congress, Dublin.)
Kaye-parry, William 'The disposal of the sewage of Dublin' 1908 IB 50, 30 May 1908, 329-332.
Kaye-parry, William 'The action of Vartry water on Iron pipes' 1909 TICEI 35 (1908-09), 157-176
Kaye-parry, William 'Sanatoria' 1913 IB 55, 6 Dec 1913, 765. (Account of lecture given to AAI, 20 Nov 1913.)
Kaye-parry, William 'Progress in the purification of sewage' 1913 TICEI 39 (1912-13), 177-217.
Kaye-parry, William [President's inaugural address to RIAI] 1917 IB 59, 17 Mar 1917, 126; JRIAI (1917), 16
Kaye-parry, William 'The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and building after the war' 1918 IB 60, 6 Jun 1918, 296. (Letter to editor; editorial comment on p. 285.)
Kaye-parry, William 'The increase in the cost of building materials during the war' 1919 AJ, 16 Apr 1919, 237
Kaye-parry, William [President's valedictory address to RIAI] 1920 IB 62, 3 Jan 1920, 13. (Summary of address delivered 18 Dec 1919.)
Kaye-parry, William [Contribution(s) to Notes on Building Construction, London: Rigvington's, 1875-] ? (Information from Who's Who in Architecture, 1923, 146.)
Kaye-parry, William, & Adeney, Walter E. 'The discharge of sewage into a tidal estuary' 1901 Min.Proc.Inst.CE 147 (1901-2), 70-106. (Paper read to Inst.CE summarized in Bulding News 81, 15 Nov 1901, 649, and noted or published in IB 43, 5 Dec 1901, 955.)