CONNOR, JAMES  *
- Born: - Died: -
Builder, of Belfast, active in the 1850s and 1860s. He may be the 'Mr Connor, of Belfast, builder' who designed and built the Northern Bank at Ballymena circa 1862,(1) but there was also a builder named John Connor who was active in Belfast in the same period.
Address: 16 & 18 Grattan Street, Belfast, 1852;(2) 63 & 65 Great George's Street.(3)
(1) DB 5, 15 Feb 1863, 33.
(2) Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory (1852), 370.
(3) Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory (1861), ?.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for CONNOR, JAMES  *
|Building:||CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, NORTHERN BANK (OLD)|
|Nature:||New Italianate bank with brick front, plastered architraves, cut-stone base course and dressings round entrance door, 'deisgned and erected...by Mr Connor of Belfast, builder'.(either James or John Connor).|
|Refs:||DB 5, 15 Feb 1863, 33|