Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Builder, of Duncairn Street, Belfast.  According to the 1911 census, James Kidd, a Quaker, was born in Co. Antrim in 1848 or 1849.  His household return lists his wife, Eliza Jane, his son, Herbert Pritchard, described as a builder's assistant, and a daughter, Gertrude Lilburn.  As a builder he seems to have been principally engaged in commercial work and is said to have been the architect of a new bakery built in Byron Street, Belfast, for Mssrs. Parkes in 1900.(1)

Address:  Home:  40 Antrim Road, Clifton, Belfast, 1911.



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(1) IB 42, ? ? 1900, 403.