Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of London, for whom see Howard Colvin, A Biographical dictionary of British architects 1600-1840 (4th edn., 2008), 609-611. In Ireland Kendall designed a church at Bantry, Co. Cork,(1) presumably the Protestant church, which is described in Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), as 'a neat edifice in the early English style, with a lofty tower'.

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(1) Obituary of Kendall in B 33, 9 Jan 1875, 33.


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Building: CO. CORK, BANTRY, CHURCH OF ST BRENDAN (CI, KILMACOMOGUE PARISH)
Date: 1828
Nature: HEK's obituary in Builder lists church at Bantry among his works. Lewis describes church as 'completed in 1828…a neat structure in the early English style, with a tower of three stages, which, from the varied colour of the stone has a singular appearance.'
Refs: Obituary of Kendall in B 33, 9 Jan 1875, 33