Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architectural partnership, of Belfast, formed between ROBERT YOUNG  ROBERT YOUNG and his former pupil JOHN MACKENZIE  JOHN MACKENZIE in 1867 or 1868. Robert Young's only son, ROBERT MAGILL YOUNG ROBERT MAGILL YOUNG , became a third partner in 1880. Robert Young retired in 1912 on reaching the age of ninety and both he and John Mackenzie died in 1917. Robert Magill Young died in 1925, after which the practice was carried on by his son JAMES REID YOUNG JAMES REID YOUNG , who died in 1967. An architectural partnership of this name is still (2004) in business in Belfast.

By the beginning of the twentieth century the Youngs and Mackenzie had developed the most successful architectural practice in Belfast. They had become the leading architects for the Presbyterian church in the North-East and had also received some of the most important commercial commissions in the city, including those for the Scottish Provident and Ocean Buildings on Donegall Square, Belfast. They were also increasingly involved in hospital work. The way they obtained certain jobs attracted some adverse comment. As early as 1872 the Irish Builder accused them of having been given an unfair advantage when they won the competition for a design for schools for the Belfast Board of Guardians,(1) and later the manner in which they were awarded the commission for designing the Presbyterian Assembly's Hall, following the abortive competition of 1899-900 caused far greater outrage.(2) In 1900 the Irish Builder charged them with a lack of professionalism for having undercut the normal architect's fee in their dealings with Belfast Corporation over the design of a new fire station in the city,(3) and in 1905 the same journal accused them of of obtaining the commission to enlarge the County Courthouse 'in a manner not beyond criticism'.(4)

Pupils and assistants in the office included WILLIAM BLACKWOOD BLACKWOOD WILLIAM BLACKWOOD BLACKWOOD , ALEXANDER MITCHELL BURDEN ALEXANDER MITCHELL BURDEN , JOHN ADAM DAVIDSON JOHN ADAM DAVIDSON , THOMAS J. DUFF [2] THOMAS J. DUFF [2] , THOMAS ROBERT EAGAR THOMAS ROBERT EAGAR , THOMAS HOUSTON THOMAS HOUSTON , JOHN TODD REA JOHN TODD REA , MATTHEW ALEXANDER ROBINSON MATTHEW ALEXANDER ROBINSON , HENRY SEAVER HENRY SEAVER , JACKSON GRAHAM SMYTH JACKSON GRAHAM SMYTH , A.K. Stewart and SAMUEL STEVENSON. SAMUEL STEVENSON.

In 1967, following the death of James Reid Young, a collection of the Youngs' business and family papers covering the years 1825 to 1937 and consisting of some 12,000 items was transferred to the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (ref. D.2194).(5)

Addresses: 24  Callender Street, Belfast, 1868;(6) Donegall Square, 1879;(7) 16 Callender Street, 1892;(8) Scottish Provident Buildings, Donegall Square West, 1900(9)-1965.(10)

See WORKS, for works up until and including 1940.



References

For the definitive study of Young & Mackenzie's work, see Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016).  Harron reproduces (p.13) a photograph of the two men together, which shows Young as being strikingly taller than Mackenzie.


(1) IB 14, 1 Dec 1872, 325, 340; Young & Mackenzie's response was published in IB 14, 15 Dec 1872, 340.
(2) For an account of this episode, 'one of the most resounding rows in architectural history', see C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 69-70.
(3) IB 42, 1 Apr 1900, 328.
(4) IB 47, 12 Aug 1905, ?.
(5) For an account of these papers, see Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 44-52. 
(6) IB 10, 15 Nov 1868, 283.
(7) Architect 22, 23 Aug 1879, 105.
(8) This is given as Robert Young's address in list of subscribers in APSD 8 (1892), p.4.
(9) IB 42, 1 Apr 1900, 323, but see also Harron, op. cit., above, which gives the firm's address as Clarence Place in 1889-1999. 
(10) RIBA Kalendar 1965-66, 247; their address is sometimes given as 2 Wellington Place (part of Scottish Provident Buildings) and from about 1931 as 143 Scottish Provident Buildings.


597 work entries listed in chronological order for YOUNG & MACKENZIE


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Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1863
Nature: Unselected competition entrants.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 10(illus.). 

 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LARNE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (OLD)
Date: 1865
Nature: Enlargement for Rev. John McMurray.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, THORNHILL
Date: 1865
Nature: Gate lodge for - Wilson attributed to Y & M by J.A.K. Dean on basis of similatrity with gate lodge at Glencairn.
Refs: J.A.K. Dean, The Gate lodges of Ulster (UAHS, 1994), 29.

Building: CO. DERRY. MAGHERAFELT, KING STREET, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1866
Nature: New manse.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 301.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PLACE, SCHOOL
Date: 1866-68
Nature: Alterations and additions.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD, GAMBLE & SHILLINGTON WORKERS' HOUSES
Date: 1866-69
Nature: Workers houses for Gamble & Shillington, linen manufacturers.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  301.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, PROTESTANT HALL
Date: 1868
Nature: New hall on road leading from railway station to town. For William J. Gwynn? Doric style with ornamental front. Dimensions: 63' x 42' x 25'.. FS laid by Viscount Massereene 'on Tuesday last'. Will cost £700. Contractor: William Vance, senior
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; IB 10, 15 Sep 1868, 233; B 26, 19 Sep 1868, 692; PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, UNION STREET, TOWN HALL
Date: 1868
Nature: New town hall built on vacant space between police barrack and Mechanic's Insitute. Opened Nov 1868. Contractor: John Archer, Lurgan. Cost: £2,000.
Refs: Armagh Guardian, 6,13 Nov 1868; IB 10, 15 Apr,15 Nov 1868, 283, 103; B 26, 21 Nov 1868, 863; C.E.B. Brett, D., Dunleath, R. Oram & A.J. Rowan. Historic Buildings…in the designated area of the Craigavon Development Commission (UAHS, 1970), 9;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 430-31;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 11(illus.),347..


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LONSDALE STREET, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1868
Nature: 6 houses for William Dobbin. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHARLOTTE STREET, HOUSES (003)
Date: 1868
Nature: 3 houses, for - Jones. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LARNE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (NEW)
Date: 1868-1870
Nature: New church and school erected.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, BROWNLOW HOUSE
Date: 1868-1870;1872
Nature: Roof & chimney repairs, works (sewers?) at stable and bachelor wing, alsowall & railing at church wall, imps. to Mr Well's cottage
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE PARK, PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE
Date: 1868-69
Nature: New south wing containing student accommodation and dining hall erected as a memorial to late Professor Gibson (whose bust is over main entrance).. About to be started, Feb 1868. Inaugurated early 1869. Builder: J. & J. Guiler. Estimated cost £2,500.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Feb 1868, 40; B 27, 27 Feb 1869, 171;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 12(illus.),112(illus.), 335.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WILLIAM STREET SOUTH, MSSRS. ALLEN
Date: 1869
Nature: New printing office.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 242-3.

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHADEE, WARREN ROAD, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1869
Nature: New manse.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE PARK EAST, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1869-1870
Nature: Terrace of 6 houses for William Sherrie.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 216(illus.),302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, RUSHMERE
Date: 1869-1870
Nature: New house for Joseph David Everitt, of Mossville, Antrim Rd, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Queen's College. (Demolished.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1 (house identified in Belfast Directory (1870), 77);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 197(illus.),303

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, NORTHLAND ROAD, MAGEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Date: 1869-1870
Nature: Turntable for 'Mr Gibson's telescope', heating lecture rooms, water supply.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, FOYLE STREET, NO. 083-95 (WILLIAM F. BIGGER)
Date: 1869-70;1877
Nature: New 4-storey premises lately erected in freely treated Gothic style designed by Robert Young. Adjoining premises to be demolished and replaced by shops similar to those on other side, to create symmetrical effect. also stores in Sugar Lane, 1869. Smoking and drying houses, 1875. Further stores, 1877,
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1,2; IB 12, 1 Jun 1870, 132; W.S. Ferguson, A.J. Rowan, J.J. Tracey, Historic Buildings…in and near the City of Derry (UAHS, 1970), 44; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 400;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (UAHS, 2016), 243.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1869a
Nature: Works at same? Account furnished 1869.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, PRONI D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINDSOR AVENUE, NO. 013 & 15
Date: 1870
Nature: Pair of semi-detached red brick houses with Gothic pointed label mouldings to round-arched porches. For Rev. John Moran.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 183;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 303.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE PARK, NO. 020 (MALONE MANSE)
Date: 1870
Nature: New manse in red brick. (Replacing manse in which John Mackenzie had been born)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 97;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BANGOR ROAD, FIRST HOLYWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOL HOUSE
Date: 1870
Nature: New 2-storey schoolhouse.  Contractor: William Nimick, Holywood. Opened Feb 1870.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 335. (Demolished.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FITZROY AVENUE, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1870
Nature: New.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, FOYLE STREET, OFFICES
Date: 1870
Nature: Proposed offices for Ross Hastings, Esq.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DERRYVOLGIE AVE, LAURISTON
Date: 1870
Nature: New 2-storey villa in Italianate style for Robert McMullen, woollen draper. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 303.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTGLENONE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1870-71
Nature: New church to seat 900. Free adaptation of Gothic. Rectangular plan, 80 x 46 ft, with square tower 60 ft high and slated spire.. Gallery. Estimate given to Rev. J. Harrison, Jan 1870. FS laid May 1870. Opened by Prof. Porter, Jul 1871. Contractor: George Tipping, Castledawson. Cost: £2,000.
Refs: IB 12, 1 Jun 1870, 133; Architect 3, 11 Jun 1870, 297; B 29, 29 Jul 1871, 593; W.D. Girvan & A. Rowan, Historic Buildings…in West Antrim (UAHS, 1970), 25;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 144(illus.),262-3.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, AHOGHILL, HOUSE
Date: 1871
Nature: Cottage for Mr Carson.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, LOUGH ROAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1871
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas for James Ussher, Esq. Photograph of same exh. Belfast Industrial Exhbition, 1872. IB reviewer found 'general grouping and "motif"…very good' but also 'some incongruites of detail which might be remedied with advantage'..
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINDSOR AVENUE, NO. 019 (EDENBANK)
Date: 1871
Nature: 2-storey, red brick house with blue string courses. Arched porce with carved Gothic sandstone capitals. For Rev. Prof. Henry Wallace, Professor of Christian Ethics at the Presbyterian College..
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 183;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 198(ILLUS.),302.

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYNAHINCH, SCHOOL
Date: 1871
Nature: Adds.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D214/2/1

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, CROFTFIELD
Date: 1871
Nature: New villa at 'Croftfield by Ballymenoch' for John Hanson.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 303..

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, STRANMILLIS ROAD, BOTANIC LODGE?
Date: 1871
Nature: Cottage for 'Mr Chapman' near Botanic Garden. (Belfast Directory for 1877 shows a John Chapman living at Botanic Lodge, Stranmillis Rd.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, LOUGH ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1871
Nature: Villas for James Usher.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 302,303.

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, PORTSTEWART ROAD, CLOONAVIN
Date: 1871-72
Nature: New villa for John Huey, grain merchant, in progress Jan 1872. Builder: McCammond. Stone mason Ferguson (including entrance piers). Metal worker: Shaw: (including strong box).(Enlarged and altered as Cloonavin Hotel., 1960s.)
Refs: PRONI, D.2194/2/1; W.D. Girvan, Historic Buildings…in Coleraine and Portstewart (UAHS, 1972), 23; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 211; Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 303.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRUMLIN ROAD (& TENNANT STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1871-72
Nature: New  church. to seat 900;  'free treatment pf Gothic' with square tower Contractor: John Lowry & Son. Opened,1872.  Cost: £2097(Destroyed in air raid, 15 Apr 1941.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 143(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 263.  

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, MEETING HOUSE STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1871;1896
Nature: Improvements to church of 1777, including new N transept, new windows, new ceiling &c. Cost: £950.. Church re-opened 19 Nov 1871. Builder: John Moore, Belfast. New lecture hall beside church, 1896.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1; IB 13, 1 Dec 1871, 312; W.D. Girvan, Historic Buildings…in North Antrim (UAHS, 1972), 42;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 322;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 159(illus.), 288,295.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LOWER CRESCENT, PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY HALL (PROPOSED)
Date: 1871p
Nature: Plans for same. Project postponed.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PASS, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872
Nature: New church built in Scrabo sandstone. Oblong plan, with projection to one side. Square tower with belfry at NE angle FS laid by Sir Edward Coey, 8 Jun 1872. Completed and opened, May 1873. Contractor: Robert Corry. Cost: £2,800. Adjoining schools added, 1881.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; IB 14, 15 Jun 1872, 172-3;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 145(illus.),264.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GLENGALL STREET, DISPENSARY
Date: 1872
Nature: Alts. to dispensaries at Glengall St, Rumford St and Springhill Rd.
Refs: Unsigned, undated front and side elevations in PRONI, BG/7/JF/3/1 (see PRONI e-catalogue);  IB 43, 3 Jul 1902, 1306

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, RUMFORD STREET, DISPENSARY
Date: 1872
Nature: Alts. to dispensaries at Glengall St, Rumford St and Springhill Rd.
Refs: IB 43, 3 Jul 1902, 1306

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SPRINGHILL ROAD, DISPENSARY
Date: 1872
Nature: Alts. to dispensaries at Glengall St, Rumford St and Springhill Rd.
Refs: IB 43, 3 Jul 1902, 1306

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, RAILWAY STREET, 2ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1872
Nature: New 3-storey red brick manse, for Rev. J.D. Clarke, and adjoining house. Completed Oct 1872. Builder: J. Vernon & Son.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 304.

Building: CO. DOWN, KNOCKNAMUCKLEY (PORTADOWN), CHURCH OF ST MATTHIAS (CI)
Date: 1872
Nature: New pulpit. (Rankin says present pulpit is a memorial to fallen of First World War).
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BRUCE STREET, WAREHOUSE (MCBRIDE)
Date: 1872
Nature: New warehouse.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, NEW ROW, 2ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872
Nature: Unspecified work at same, for Rev. Robert Wallace.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1./;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 188.


Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, 3RD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE (PROPOSED)
Date: 1872
Nature: Rev. Robert Wylie in communication with John Mackenzie about possible manse for 3rd Presbyterian Church, Terrace Row.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CLOONEY TERRACE (WATERSIDE), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872
Nature: Sundry improvements including alteration of ceiling.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/

Building: CO. DOWN, SPA, PREBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872
Nature: 'The church opened on 16 July 1972.'(Kirkpatrick).  Gothic, with bellcote on W gable. paired lancet windows at lower level, large 4-light window above door. Builder: John Russell, Newcastle.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 227(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 263(illus.).


Building: CO. DOWN, SPA, PREBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872
Nature: 'The church opened on 16 July 1972.'(Kirkpatrick).  Gothic, with bellcote on W gable. paired lancet windows at lower level, large 4-light window above door. Builder: John Russell, Newcastle.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 227(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 263(illus.).


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, UNION SCHOOL
Date: 1872-73
Nature: Y & M's design for same selected in competition. Objections of other competitors to result of competition overruled. For Belfast Board of Guardians. Building in progress, Apr 1873. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. Cost: £10,500. (Now part of Belfast City Hospital.)
Refs:  PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1 (for photograph of school and account of controversy, see  Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and Civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 46-47;  B 30, 30 Nov 1872, 950; IB 14, 1 Dec 1872, 325, 340; 15 Dec 1872, 340;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 14(illus.),335-6

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTGLENONE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (3RD)
Date: 1872-74
Nature: Church extended and improved for Rev. A.H. Beattie. Contractor: George Tipping, Castledawson.
Refs: Young & Mackenzie papers, PRONI, D.2194/2/1; Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 289.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FITZROY AVENUE (& UNIVERSITY STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872-74;1888
Nature: New Gothic revival church (Larmour says designed by R.M. Young) to seat 700, with detached tower and spire at NE angle. FS laid by Mrs Workman Windsor 26 Oct 1872. Cost: £5,000. Builder: William McCammond, Belfast. Carving by Stevens. Estimated cost £5,000. Manse and schools costing £3000 also proposed. Lecture room & sexton's house at rere in course of erection, 1874, at estimated cost of £1,600. Y & M exhibit photographs of carved detail from doorway at Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876. New schools, 1885. Thorough renovation, including internal painting and re-chiselling of stonework, 1888. (Spire replaced 1901 after old one blew down in a gale.)
Refs: Architect 8, 2 Nov 1872, 251; IB 14, 1 Nov 1872, 299; 16, 15 Apr 1874, 116; 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172; 27, 15 Oct 1885, 285; 30, 15 Sep 1888, 242; 91, 16 Apr 1949, 346; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 43 (no. 89, illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  22(illus.), 155(illus.), 186(illus.),264.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD (& DUNCAIRN AVENUE), DUNCAIRN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1872a;1884
Nature: Church 'has…been lately considerably enlarged' by addition of S aisle and S transept gallery which provide about 200 additional sittings. Contractors: Henry Stewart & Co. N aisle added, 1884. organ chamber, 1906.
Refs: IB 14, 1 May 1872, 133;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 289(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1872ca
Nature: Gothic villa for Samuel Haslett.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 192(illus.),304.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, COLLEGE WALK, WATTS ENDOWED SCHOOL
Date: 1873
Nature: Designs for school and master's house commissioned by John Hancock, Esq., 1873. Photograph of building exh. Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876. IB reviewer found 'general grouping and "motif"…very good' but criticised 'attempt at originality in the lantern on summit of tower-roof' and thought other 'incongruities of detail…might be remedied with advantage'.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1; IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 432;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 13(illus.),112(illus.),113(illus.),114(illus.)336


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, STRANMILLIS ROAD, NO. 031-37
Date: 1873
Nature: Terrace of 2-storey red brick houses with blue brick string courses for - Chapman.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 161;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 219(illus.),302.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, STRANMILLIS ROAD, NO. 025-29
Date: 1873
Nature: Terrace of 3-storey houses of mottled red brick. Canted bays added 1883.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 161;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 219(illus.).304.

Building: CO. DOWN, CASTLEREAGH, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1873
Nature: New manse and offices, for James McCullough (or Rev. William Rogers?).
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 304.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINDSOR PARK, HOUSES (005)
Date: 1873
Nature: 5 houses for James Gray.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LOWER CRESCENT (& UNIVERSITY ROAD), LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (VICTORIA COLLEGE)
Date: 1873-74;1879
Nature: New school with separate boarders' house (entered from University Rd) 'erected by the enterprise of Mrs [Margaret] Byers' who founded school in 1859. Exterior walling of rock-faced rubble with square beds and joints of Scrabo sandstone. Memorial stone laid 23 Dec 1873. Completed late 1874. Builder: Robert Corry. Cost over £5,000. Y & M exhibit photograph of same at Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876. Proposed adds., 1879.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1, 2 (for drawings for elevations and account of building, see Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and Civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 47-48;   Architect 11, 3 Jan 1874, 15; 12, 5 Dec 1874, 304(illus.); B 32, 10 Jan 1874, 28; IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172;Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 15(illus.),108(illus.),109(illus.),336-7.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON STREET, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1874
Nature: 2 houses for |Johnston family. (Y & M exhibited photograph of houses in Clifton St 'showing a praiseworthy and successful attempt to introduce terra-cotta, which deserves imitation' at Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 010
Date: 1874
Nature: Italianate villa. (Demolished 1960s)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 72;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 007
Date: 1874
Nature: Large, 2-storey Italianate house.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 72;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, QUEEN STREET (& VICTORIA STREET), SCHOOL
Date: 1874-1876
Nature: New school house Iin grounds of St Patrick's church for Rev. Wm. M. Johnston. Completed early 1876.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 337.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LIMESTONE ROAD, NEWINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1874-75;1877
Nature: New church for Presbyterian Church Building Society. Memorial stone laid by Sir Edward Coey, 9 Jul 1874. Dundonald red sandstone with Scrabo dressings and white string-courses. Internal dimensions 63'(l) x 40'(w) x 50'(h). Will cost over £2,000. Contractors: Russell Bros, Belfast & Newcastle. Nearing completion, May 1875. Steps built, 1877. Contractor: William Hunter. (Destroyed in air raid, 1941, and new church built to designs of Y & M on same site, 1052.)
Refs: IB 16, 15 Jul 1874, 196; PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1,2; Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 143-4(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 226(illus.),265.

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, CASTLEROCK ROAD, TIEV TARA (NOW LORETO CONVENT)
Date: 1874;1877-1880
Nature: New mansion and stables for Hugh Anderson, Esq. Plans, 1874. Built 1877-80. Contractor: J. Lowry & Sons.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; W.D. Girvan, Historic Buildings…in Coleraine and Portstewart (UAHS, 1972), 26(no. 68);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 198-199(illus.),311;  see also Loreto College, http://www.loretocollege.org.uk/our_history.php (last visited, Jul 2017).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KANSAS AVENUE, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1874;1901
Nature: 4 houses for Thomas Sinclair.  fURTHER HOUSES FOR SAME CLIENT, 1901.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  304,328.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1875
Nature: Enlargement and alts., including re-flooring, re-pewing, lowering of galleries, creation of recess behind new pulpit, opening of vestibules of right and left galleries into church. Contractor: William Moore, Ballymena.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1; B 33, 18 Dec 1875, 1137;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 290. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PARK, NO. 032
Date: 1875
Nature: Large asymmetrical red brick house with red sandstone dressings.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 179

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 012
Date: 1875
Nature: Italianate villa. (Demolished 1969.)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 73;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 005
Date: 1875
Nature: Large, 2-storey Italianate house with Lombardo-Venetian porch.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 72;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1875
Nature: New manse, for Rev. J. Rentoul. Contractor: Paul McHenry. (Demolished, 2001.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),

Building: CO. DOWN, CASTLEREAGH, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1875
Nature: Painting and repairs supervised by Y & M.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KNOCK ROAD, KNOCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1875
Nature: New church.FS laid, 9 Nov 1874.  nearing completion May 1875. Contractor: William McCammond. Cost: £2,200. Y & M exhibit drawings of same at Belfast AA, 1876.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; IB 18, 15 May 1876, 142;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 147(illus.), 265.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1875
Nature: Improvements to church built in 1840s. (Congregation moved to new church in the Crescent c. 1887.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 214

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KNOCK ROAD, KNOCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1875
Nature: New church, nearing completion May 1875. Y & M exhibit drawings of same at Belfast AA, 1876.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; IB 18, 15 May 1876, 142 .

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRUMLIN ROAD (NEW STREET OFF), HOUSES (010, VARIOUS)
Date: 1875
Nature: 10 houses adjacent to Tennent Street for James Maze.
Refs:

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CAVEHILL ROAD, HOUSES (005)
Date: 1875
Nature: 5 houses for Thomas Sinclair.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 306

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BROADWAY, HOUSE
Date: 1875
Nature: New house for George Thompson.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 306.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, KENBELLA HOUSE
Date: 1875
Nature: New house for William Kennedy, manager of York Street Flax Mill.

Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 306.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CULLYBACKEY, MANSE
Date: 1875-76
Nature: New manse for Rev. George Buick. Plans prepared Aug 1875; 'well advanced', 1876. Builder: Macmanus.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1,2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 214(illus),308.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE SQUARE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1875-76
Nature: Extensive imps. & adds. for Rev. Dr Gray. Builder: Laird. Cost: $400.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 289.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PARK, NO. 032 (FITZROY PRESBYTERIAN MANSE)
Date: 1875-76
Nature: Manse, for Rev. George Shaw. Builder: William McCammond. (Demoilished, 2001.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 307.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 009
Date: 1875;1891
Nature: Large, 2-storey Italianate house with triple arcaded entrance porch. Stables and conservatory added, 1891. .
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 64(illus.),72

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, LENNOXVALE, NO. 009 (EDGEHILL)
Date: 1875;1892
Nature: New house, 1875.  Extended for Mrs Black, 1892.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CAVEHILL ROAD, HAMPSTEAD
Date: 1875ca
Nature: Detached 2-storey villa for W.W. Pinkerton.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, NO. 120 (DANESFORT, FORMERLY CLANWILLIAM HOUSE)
Date: 1875ca
Nature: Very tentatively attributed ti T & M by Harron.  For Samuel Barbour OF Hilden's Linen Thread Manufactory.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 200(illus.),306-7.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, VICTORIA STREET, NO. 077?, W. COLLINS
Date: 1876
Nature: New warehouse, for W. Collins, wholesale drug merchant. Suffolk brick and Dumfries red sandstone. Carvings of Galen, Esculapius & Paracelsus by Stevens. Contractor: Dixon & Cay. Y & M exhibit design at Belfast AA, May 1876 and 'neat etching' at Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876 (IB describes style as 'debased Flemish Gothic').
Refs: IB 18, 15 May,15 Jun,15 Oct 1876, 142,172,307; Architect 16, 16 Sep 1876, 164(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 243(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, MANSE
Date: 1876
Nature: Addition of porch, for Rev. James Brown Armour.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 016 (LENNOXVALE HOUSE)
Date: 1876
Nature: 3-storey house of Scrabo sandstone with Gothic porch, for John Ward of Marcus Ward & Co.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 69(illus.), 73;   Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 236(illus.),307-8(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLOO, KILLINCHY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1876
Nature: Improvements (pulpit, seating, , galleries) for Rev. David Moore.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LEGACURRY (LISBURN), MANSE
Date: 1876
Nature: Improvements for Rev. W. Brown.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, LUTHERAN SCHOOLS
Date: 1876
Nature: New buildings at same.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DERRY, MONEYMORE, COOKSTOWN ROAD, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1876
Nature: New manse for Rev. William McKean.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 305.-6.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUNCAIRN AVENUE, DUNCAIRN PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1876
Nature: Enlargement.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 289.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, NEW LODGE ROAD (& HARTWELL STREET), DUNCAIRN MISSION HALL & SCHOOLS
Date: 1876
Nature: New 2-storey schools and sexton's residence. Irtalian Gothic. Girls' school on hpper floore also functioned as mission hall. Cost: £1000. Contractor: James Kent, York St. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 294,337..


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYSILLAN, WHEATFIELD HOUSE
Date: 1876
Nature: House and lodge attributed to Y & M by Dean.  For Mr E. Blair.
Refs: J.A.K. Dean, The Gate Lodges of Ulster: a gazetteer (UAHS, 1994), 8,30;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 307..


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYSILLAN, CLEARSTREAM COTTAGE (RHUBARB COTTAGE)
Date: 1876
Nature: Attributed to Y & M by Dean.  For Mr E. Blair.
Refs: J.A.K. Dean, The Gate Lodges of Ulster: a gazetteer (UAHS, 1994), 8,30;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 307.

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, CASTLEROCK ROAD, COLERAINE ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION
Date: 1876-1894
Nature: Robert Young consulted about extensions to school, 1876. Y & M receive intermediate payment of £20 for new building, Dec 1880. Addition of Classical, 4-storey over basement wing ('Old Boys' Wing'), opened 1894.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1,2; W.D. Girvan, Historic Buildings…in Coleraine and Portstewart (UAHS, 1972), 25-26; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 207;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 119(illus.),341-2. 

Building: CO. DOWN, CULTRA, BALLYCULTRA (LATER CULLODEN, LATER BISHOP'S PALACE)
Date: 1876-77
Nature: New mansion on beautiful site 'overhanging Belfast Lough', for William A. Robinson. Also gate lodge and entrance. Glaslough sandstone with white Scotch stone dressings. Staircase windows contain glass by Heaton, Butler & Bayne. Other windows by Ballantine, Edinburgh. Contractor: James Henry. (Now Culloden Hotel)
Refs: Architect 18, 8 Dec 1877, suppl. p.312(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 25(illus.)204(illus.),205(illus.) 206(illus.),309-10.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE, SINCLAIR SEAMEN'S CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1876-77;1890
Nature: 2-storey manse for Rev. Robert Crawford, 1877-8. Third storey added for Rev. William Berkeley, 1890.(Demolished.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 310

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, PARK POND
Date: 1876-78
Nature: Adds. & imps, for Rev. Joseph Stewart.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, MALL (& RUSSELL STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST, NEW)
Date: 1876-79;1889
Nature: New church in Decorated style, consisting of nave and aisles with tower and spire at NW angle. Local marble with Dungannon freestone dressings. Nave columns of cast iron. Memorial stone laid 4 Jan 1878. Opened 22 May 1879. Cost: £10,000. Contractor: J. & J. Guiler. Clerk of works: John Rhind. tower & spire completed 1889?
Refs: IB 20, 15 Jan 1878, 19; 21, 15 Feb,1 Jun 1879, 63,169; Architect 19, 12 Jan 1878, 32; 61, 3 May 1889, suppl. p.2; B 36, 12 Jan 1878, 47; 37, 8 Feb,9 Aug 1879, 162,894;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 117;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 136(illus.),15-158(illus.), 268-269(illus.).
 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BOTANIC AVENUE, PRESBYTERIAN MEMORIAL SECESSION CHURCH
Date: 1876-80
Nature: New Gothic church to accommodate 450. Schoolroom, sexton's apartments &c. on ground floor, church above. Tenders invited, 21 Oct 1876.  In course of erection, Dec 1877.  Finished Jan 1880. Contractor: Martin Curry. (Purchased by Kinghan Mission for Deaf & Dumb, 17899.)
Refs: IB 19, 1 Dec 1877, 351(illus.),353; PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 35;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 266(illus.).

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHADEE, HIGH STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1876?
Nature: Tenders invited for alterations to same, 29 Dec 1875.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/1; IA & C 1, 11 Mar 1911, 88;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 289-290.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1876a
Nature: Y & M exhibit photograph of villa at Belfast Industrial Exhibition, 1876, which IB's critic dislikes.
Refs: IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, CUSHENDALL ROAD, CEMETERY
Date: 1876a?
Nature: Gate lodge for new cemetery, completed Aug 1876. Black basalt with yellow brick dressings.  Contractor: R. Allen & Son. Dated by Harron to 1890ca.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1 (now 2194/63/11?);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 322.

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, NATIONAL SCHOOLS (DR SULLIVAN'S)
Date: 1877
Nature: Extension with hall and clock tower.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of North County Down (UAHS, 2002), 233(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BLOOMFIELD, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1877
Nature: 4 villas. Contractors: J. Smyth & Son.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BOTANIC AVENUE, PRESBYTERIAN MEMORIAL SECESSION CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1877
Nature: New manse, for Rev. George McMahon.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 308.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CYPRUS AVENUE, NO. 002-6
Date: 1877
Nature: Pair of 2-storey semi-detached villas.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 310.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD, NO. 099
Date: 1877
Nature: 2-storey semi-detached villa connected to 2 Cyprus Avenue, forming pair with 4-6 Cyprus Avenue.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  311.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOPEFIELD AVENUE, HOUSES
Date: 1877
Nature: 2 blocks of semi-detached villas for Andrew Wright, proprietor of Belfast Loan Office;  3 houses for William Annesley.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),312.

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, HIGH STREET, SULLIVAN SCHOOL
Date: 1877
Nature: New wing in style matching that of original building. Contractor: William Nimick. Cost:: £2,000.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 337.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (BALLYMACARRETT), WESTBOURNE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1877-180
Nature: New church to accommodate 700 with round tower 150 ft high, for Belfast church Building Society. Designed by R.M. Young.  External walls of local Silurian slate with Scrabo sandstone dressings. FS laid 17 Dec 1877. Expected to cost £3,000.Builder: J. Russell, Donegall Pass. Opened, 10 Oct 1880.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; IB 20, 1 Jan 1878, 4,7(illus.); B 36, 12 Jan 1878, 47;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006),166 (illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 47(illus.),147(illus.),267-8.
 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, WAREHOUSE (WILLIAM KIRK & PARTNERS)
Date: 1877-1880
Nature: New Venetian-style linen warehouse.(Demolished c.1970.) Contractor: Mssrs. Martin. Carving by Alexander Steven from the architect's sketches.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; IB 24, 1 Sep 1882, 249,253(illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 121-2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 244.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, MANSE (2ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH)
Date: 1877-78
Nature: New manse, for Rev. C.W. Kennedy.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 312.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BOARDMILLS (LISBURN), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1877-78
Nature: Improvements including new pews, pulpit, flooring, panelled ceiling. New windos and rose window in rear wall, New doorway. Contractors: W. & R. Davidson.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 290.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAMELTON, TOWN HALL
Date: 1877-78
Nature: Works at same (wing rooms, caretaker's apartments, seating). Builder: McManus & Co. (but was new town hall built instead?)
Refs: PRONI D.2194/87/8 (old ref..2194/2/2);  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 464;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 3476(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BUSHMILLS, PRIESTLAND ROAD, DUNLUCE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1877-78
Nature: New manse for Rev.James Kirkpatrick
Refs: Corr. re same in PRONI, D.2194/2/2 (now 2194/9/1 and 2194/17/6?);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 312.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RHANBUOY (CARRICKFERGUS), HOUSE
Date: 1877-78
Nature: New villa, for Rev. James Warwick, of the Manse, Joymount Presbyterian Church. Notices in |Belfast Newsletter|, 28 Sep & 2 Oct 1878 inform Y & M that they are no longer superintending architects. Y & M still claiming fees from Warwick in 1880.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON STREET (& STANHOPE STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1877-78
Nature: Re-roofing, new pulpit, choir seating, screen, door at vestibule. (Church destroyed in air raid, 15 Apr 1941.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 290.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1878
Nature: Improvements.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MARLBOROUGH PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1878
Nature: New villa for James Woods, Esq. Contractor: H. &. J. Martin.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2 (now 2194/50/6);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 321(illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, ARCADE
Date: 1878
Nature: Adds. in progress, Fen 1878. Contractor?: Glenn.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAQD, NO. 076 (MERLYN)
Date: 1878
Nature: New villa, for William McNeill.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 206(illus.),311.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MARLBOROUGH ROAD, NO. 080 (MARLBOROUGH HOUSE)
Date: 1878
Nature: Addition of 'milk room' for John Barbour suggested by Harron as being by Y & M.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 312

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1878-79
Nature: Alts. to school and new lecture hall at rere of church
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1

Building: CO. DOWN, BANBRIDGE, SCARVA STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1878-79
Nature: Extensive alts, for J.J. Canning, Esq. Completed Feb 1879
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/2; C.E.B. Brett, D. Dunleath, Historic Buildings…in…Banbridge (UAHS, 1969), 18;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, LANGFORD VILLA
Date: 1878-79
Nature: New villa for Edward Allworthy. (Demolished.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 313.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH HOWARD STREET, CHARTERS MEMORIAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1878-79
Nature: New schools erected and completed for Miss Charters of Craigavad. Contractor: Mssrs Martin. (Demolished, 1939a.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 338.

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, INFIRMARY
Date: 1878-79
Nature: Sundry improvements in laundry. Fee £18.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BEERSBRIDGE ROAD, HOUSES (010)
Date: 1878-80
Nature: 5 2-storey  double cottages for Bloomfield Land and Building Co. Scrabo stone.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  IB 22, 1 Dec1880, facing p. 336;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 216(illus..),316

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CASTLE ROCKLANDS
Date: 1878;1888
Nature: New 2-storey Italianate house with battlemented tower, for Rev. James Warwick. (Demolished, 1997ca.).  proposed enlargement, to form school, 1888 (unexecuted).l.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 201(illus.),311.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, TOWNSEND STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1878a
Nature: New Romanesque church on site of church of 1833, for Rev. William Johnstone. Scrabo freestone. Opened 13 Oct 1878. Cost: £10,000. Contractor: McCammond. Intended to build 190ft spire over staircase next to Cargill St at a future date. School and sexton's houise at rear.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; Belfast New Letter, 30 Sep 1878, 7; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 51;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 126(illus.),161(illus.),266-267(illus.),338. (Y &M also designed organ case as WW1 memorial.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1879
Nature: Terrace of 6 houses with gabled canted bays for Mr Andrew Wright.
Refs: Architect 22, 23 Aug 1879, 105(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 219(illus.), 312-13

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CARLISLE ROAD, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (4TH)
Date: 1879
Nature: New church, replacing original church in Artillery St. Perpendicular Gothic front with 5-light window. Tenders published, 24 Apr 1876. Church opened, 23 Mar 1879. Contractor: Colhoun Bros. (Y & M also prepared plans for school., 1877.)
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/2; W.S. Ferguson, A.J. Rowan, J.J. Tracey, Historic Buildings…in and near the City of Derry (UAHS, 1970), 30 (citing Londonderry Sentinel); Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 388;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 204(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 148-149(illus.)269(illus.).


Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, CIRCULAR ROAD NORTH, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1879
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas. Contractor: Norwood(?).
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2 (now 2194/34?);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),313.

Building: CO. DOWN, CLARE, MANSE
Date: 1879
Nature: New manse, for Rev. David Wilson.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. DOWN, PORTAFERRY, SHOP & RESIDENCE
Date: 1879
Nature: Adds., alts. & stables, for Robert J. Glass.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (BLOOMFIELD), SHOPS & HOUSES (004)
Date: 1879
Nature: New development of terraced houses with shop fronts, for Bloomfield Land & Building Co.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),317.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BLOOMFIELD AVENUE, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1879
Nature: New.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY SQUARE, NO. 019
Date: 1879
Nature: New house? for David B. Lytle.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: ?, ?, WHITE ABBEY
Date: 1879
Nature: To be proceeded with, Feb 1879. for William Murray.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, HILDEN (LISBURN), NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1879
Nature: New schools for children of Hilden Mill workers. For Mr Barbour. Designed by John Mackenzie. Plans ready in Oct 1879. Contractor: J. Thompson. (Dmolished.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 338.

Building: CO. ANTRIM?, BELFAST?, ?, WAREHOUSE (WILLIAM HILL & PARTNER)
Date: 1879
Nature: Had made 'considerable progress' in Jun 1879.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM?, BELFAST?, ?, DROMARD
Date: 1879
Nature: Rebuilding of house for Alexander Caruth, completed Jan 1880. Contractor: Mr Henry
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. DERRY, KILLALOO, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OR MANSE
Date: 1879
Nature: Y & M send plans (for church or manse?) to Rev. H. Morrison, but no descision reached by Mar 1880.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, STRAND ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM (OLD)
Date: 1879
Nature: Works at same, for Dr Charles A. Hetherington (Resident Medical Superintendent)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLE MARKET, COFFEE STAND
Date: 1879
Nature: New coffee stand for Irish Temperance League. Opened by Mayor John Brown, Dec 1879.
Refs: Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 49 (Illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),7(illus.), 244.  

Building: CO. ARMAGH, CLARE, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1879
Nature: New manse for Rev. David Wilson; 'traditional Georgian glebe design'.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 313.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, GALGORM ROAD, DRUMARD HOUSE
Date: 1879
Nature: Detached villa for A. Carruth, of J. & A. Solicitors, Ballymena.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),313.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, CAMBERWELL STREET
Date: 1879
Nature: 2 houses. Tenders for erecting same in Belfast Newsletter, 8 Apr 1878.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),314.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON STREET, UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1879-1881
Nature: New church.  Tenders invited, Dec 1879; 'rapidly approaching completion' in Apr 1881. For J.A. Mackie, 181 Mountpottinger Rd. Contractor: John Smith, Whitla St, Belfast. Decorative carving on main doorway 'executed from the architects' sketches' by McKee.(Amalgamated with Clifton Street Presbyterian Church, 1943. Closed, 1971, and subsequently demolished.)
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; IB 23, 15 Apr 1881, 18(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 270(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ELMWOOD AVENUE, HOUSE
Date: 1879-80
Nature: House for Rev. J. Smith.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, MANSE
Date: 1879-80
Nature: Manse for Linenhall St Presbyterian church.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CORNMARKET, WILLIAM MCNEILL
Date: 1880
Nature: Premises of William McNeill, hardware merchant, which include shops for Thomas Cooper, hatter, and Miss Searson, to be rebuilt in connection with street widening scheme, following Blefast Improvement Act, 1878. Contractor: William McCammond (£3940).
Refs: IB 22, 15 Feb 1880, 56; Architect 25, 19 Mar 1881, 200;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 244.  

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BLOOMFIELD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1880
Nature: Pair of 2-storey semi-detached cottages with hipped gables and dormer windows 'recently erected'.
Refs: IB 22, 1 Dec 1880, 334(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LARNE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 1880
Nature: ?Plans for same. Also school room.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, HOUSE
Date: 1880
Nature: New villa, for J. McClay, proposed Nov. 1880.
Refs: B. of I.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MAGHERAGALL, GLENAVY ROAD (& HUNGRY HOUSE LANE), MANSE
Date: 1880
Nature: New manse and offices for Rev. Hugh Hastings.. Contractor: J. Vernon & Son.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 314                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MILLRAWL, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1880
Nature: New church.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILNAHARD (MOUNT NUGENT)
Date: 1880
Nature: Buildings for Edward Shaw Tener, JP.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1880
Nature: Terrace of 4 houses near St James's church, for Edward Allworthy. Contractor: W. Gatby[?]
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; this may the terrace mentioned in Architect, 23 Aug 1879, ?;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),317.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD, NO. 005-017 (BELFAST ROYAL ACADEMY)
Date: 1880
Nature: New building in late Gothic style. Façade has large square tower in centre over entrance. Scrabo stone, with richly carved string courses. Embattled cornice and elaborate eaves course. FS laid 6 Apr 1880(?). To cost £10,000,. Contractor: Dixon & Co.
Refs: Architect 21, 8 Mar 1879, 145(illus.); PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2; IB 22, 15 Apr 1880, 114; B 38, 10 Apr,5 Jun 1880, 457,696,698(illus.); Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 48 (no. 104, illus.); Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 50-52(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 96(illus.),106(illus.),107(illus.),338-339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT VICTORIA STREET, WAREHOUSE (WILLIAM STRAIN & SONS)
Date: 1880
Nature: Adds.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE PARK, STABLES
Date: 1880
Nature: Stables for Samuel C. Magee. Contractor: P. McHenry.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY STREET, MANSE
Date: 1880
Nature: Manse for Rev. James Dewar, of Donegall Pass Presbyterian Church.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2 (now 2194/36/7?);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),314.                                                                                                                                                                                         

Building: CO. ARMAGH, MILFORD HOUSE
Date: 1880
Nature: Italianate remodelling of earlier house, for Robert Garmany McCruM attributed to Y & M by Mulligan, while Harron admits possibility of their having designed it. Constructed in mass concrete, & reputedly first in Ireland to be lit by hydroelectric power.  Also gate lodge.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 455;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 207-8(illus.) 315-16..


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OXFORD STREET, NO. 049-81, ST GEORGE'S MARKET
Date: 1880
Nature: New coffee stand, for Irish Temperance League.
Refs: Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 49.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSES (007)
Date: 1880
Nature: Redbrick terrace of 7 houses, for Edward Allworthy.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),314.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOPEFIELD AVENUE (& CEDAR AVENUE)
Date: 1880
Nature: 3 houses for Thomas Sinclair.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 314.                          

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LIMESTONE ROAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1880
Nature: 2 houses, for Richard W. Pring, chemist, of Firmount, Fortwilliam Park. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 315(illus.)..

Building: CO. DOWN, DRUMLOUGH (HILLSBOROUGH), MANSE
Date: 1880
Nature: New 3-bay, 2-storey  manse next to Presbyterian church, for Rev. John McClelland.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 315.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH ROAD, NO. 082 (MARYVILLE)
Date: 1880
Nature: 2-storey Classical revival villa on corner of upper Newtownards Road. For Bloomfield Land & Building Co.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),316-7(Illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD, SIXTH, EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
Date: 1880-1890ca
Nature: Terraces of factory workers' 2-storey houses in red brick. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 314.

Building: CO. ANTRIM?, BELFAST?, ROCKLAND
Date: 1880a
Nature: New house to be used(?) as illustration in London Architectural Journal, Jan 1880.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MARLBOROUGH PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1880ca
Nature: Villa and offices for J.K. Wilson.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 317.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CULLYBACKEY, CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1881
Nature: Misses Cunningham of Ardvarnis offer £3000 to rebuild church in memory ot their mother, Mar 1880. New cruciform church built on same site as church built 100 years previously. To seat 700. 130 ft spire. External walls of local basalt. FS laid by the Misses. Cunningham, 9 Aug 1880, Builder: H. McManus, Randalstown.
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 22, no. 13. 27 Mar 1880, 261; IB 23, 1 Mar 1881, 66(illus.);
Janet Horowitz Murray & Myra Stark, eds., The Englishwoman's Review of Social and Industrial Questions: 1880 (Routledge Library Editions, n.d.), unpaginated;  .Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 271(illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, CHURCH STREET, WAREHOUSE (JOHN HUEY)
Date: 1881
Nature: New warehouse and offices just erected. First storey in Scotch stone, with carved capitals and keystones. Upper storeys in Portland cement.
Refs: IB 23, 15 Feb 1881, ?;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 244.  

Building: CO. TYRONE, COOKSTOWN, WATERWORKS
Date: 1881
Nature: Scheme by Robert Young submitted in competition for water supply scheme for Cookstown. For Cookstown Union.
Refs: IB 23, 15 Apr 1881, ?

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, CHURCH STREET, OFFICES & WAREHOUSE
Date: 1881
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 23, 15 Feb 1881, 62

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DERRYVOLGIE AVENUE, NO. 041
Date: 1881
Nature: 2-storey red brick house with Queen Anne Revival pedimented doorway in red sandstone. For John Bulloch of Bulloch & Co., shirt and collar manufacturers.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 57;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),317.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DOCK STREET, PRINCE'S DOCK, COFFEE STAND
Date: 1881
Nature: New coffee stand for Irish Temperance League, opened by Isabella Tod, 29 Mar 1881. Builder: J.P.Corry.
Refs: Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 49;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 7(illus.),244.   .

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MOUNTPOTTINGER, UNITARIAN CHURCH
Date: 1881
Nature: New Early English Gothic Revival church.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 272(illus.)

Building: CO. DERRY, BALLYRASHANE, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1881
Nature: New manse, for the Rev. Charles Hunter.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),317.

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, NORTHLAND ROAD, MAGEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Date: 1881;1882-83
Nature: Professor's houses. Contractor: Colhoun.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/3 p.61; W.S. Ferguson, A.J. Rowan, J.J. Tracey, Historic Buildings…in and near the City of Derry (UAHS, 1970), 39; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 390;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 216(illus.), 317.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, AGNES STREET, BETHANY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1881;1895
Nature: New Independent church for Re. David McKee. Under care of Presbyterian General Assemblyfrom 1892, and known as Bethany Presbyterian Church.   Enlarged, 1895. (Demolished, 2008.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 270.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1882
Nature: Extensive adds & alts (new stairs, platform, ceiling, windows). Cost:  £1000. Contractor: Bright Bros., Portadown.
Refs: IB 24, 1 Mar 1882, 81; C.E.B. Brett's architects files, citing official guide by Rev. ? Shearer, A Century for Christ (1958);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 505;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  290.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 031-39 (ROYAL CHAMBERS)
Date: 1882
Nature: 4-storey, 5-bay red brick and stucco building.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 207;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 245.  

Building: CO. DOWN, DRUMBO, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1882
Nature: New church, replacing earlier one on same site; 'just opened' in Oct 1882.. Italianate. Contractor: Hutcheson Keith, Glenravel St, Belfast.
Refs: B 43, 14 Oct 1882, 509;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 230;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 162(illus.), 272.

Building: ANT, BELFAST, ALBERT BRIDGE, COFFEE STAND
Date: 1882
Nature: Coffee stand for Irish Temperance League on site of Old Toll House.
Refs: Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (2015), 49;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),7(illus.) 244.  

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANN STREET (& CHURCH LANE), SHOPS (007)
Date: 1882
Nature: 4-storey block containing 7 shops at ground floor level.  Contractor: Willim McCammond. For William Carson. (demolished)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 245.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, NON-SUBSCRIBING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1882
Nature: Renovation and alterations including new pews, gallery pulpit, choir gallery. Contractor for church: J.P.Corry & Co. Contractor for new hall: R.J. Kerr, Donegall Pass. (Destroyed in air raid, Apr 1941.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 290.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, MARK STREET, PRESBYTERIAN HALL
Date: 1882
Nature: New lecture hall anfd school room with integrated teacher's house to rear of Presbyterian church.  Tudor Gothic.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 294.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNDROD, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1882
Nature: New manse, near church;  'modestly scaled'.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 318.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT VICTORIA STREET, NO. 068 (GRATTAN & CO.)
Date: 1883
Nature: New aerated water manufactory 'just completed' in Oct 1883. 5-bay façade with pediment over central 3 bays. Builder: H. & J. Martin. (Demolished, 1965.)
Refs: IB 25, 1 Oct 1883, 302(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 16(illus.),245.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 065-73
Date: 1883
Nature: 4-storey building on corner of Garfield St with corner turret, possibly for C. Mayrs & Co., cabinet makers..
Refs: Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 48 (no. 106); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 244(illus.),284

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SOUTH PARADE, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1883
Nature: 2 houses for Mrs Vanderhof, costing £500 each. Contractor: H. & J. Martin.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 318.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PASS, GREAT VICTORIA STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOLS
Date: 1883
Nature: New schools, for Rev. Robert Montgomery.  2-storey with corner stair tower.  Memorial stone laid, 1 Oct 1882. Contractor: Robert Corry. Cost£1,500. (Demolished, 2010.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 117(illus.),339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PASS, MONTGOMERY NATIONAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1883
Nature: New schools in 'Queen Ann' style, for Rev. Robert Montgomery of Great Victoira Street Presbyterian Church.  Contracot: Robert Corry. (Demolished, 2010.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, CRAIG DHU VARREN HOUSE
Date: 1883-84
Nature: Rebuilding of detached house for General Smiley. Plans drawn up by Samuel Stevenson. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319.

Building: CO. DOWN, PORTAFERRY, LOUGH SHORE ROAD, WHARPARILA
Date: 1883ca
Nature: Detached 2-storey villa for Robert J. Glass. Possibly a radical remodelling of earlier house on site.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 318.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ALBERT STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1884
Nature: New church, incorporating some of fabric of earlier (1854) church on site. FS laid 23 Jun 1884. Cost: about £3,200. Contractors: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: IB 26, 1 Jul 1884, 201;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 149(illus.),272.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, CHURCH PLACE, CHRIST CHURCH (CI, SHANKILL PARISH)
Date: 1884
Nature: Internal redecoration.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 291.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEABBEY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1884
Nature: New front gable and tower.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 163(illus.),291.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, MOUNT LYONS
Date: 1884
Nature: Villa residence for Brereton J. Newett, accountant. Contractor: William McCammond. Cost: £4000. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 318-9.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FORTWILLIAM PARK, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1884
Nature: Pair of semi-detached villas.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, QUEEN'S STREET, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 1884-1885
Nature: New Decorated Gothic church on same site as old church of 1854., consisting of nave, slightly projecting transepts, spacious vestibule. Tower & spire, 125 ft. FS laid, 17 Jun 1884, by Mrs Baines. Opened 4 Sep 1885. Contractor: R. Young, Ballymoney.
Refs: IB 26, 1,15 Jul 1884, 201,211,214(illus.); 27, 15 Sep 1885, 262; W.D. Girvan, Historic Buildings…in North Antrim (UAHS, 1972), 41;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 327;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 158(illus.), 273.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU AVENUE, THOMPSON MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN
Date: 1884-5
Nature: Gothic fountain in memory of Dr Thomas Thompson, physician at Home for Incurables, erected by his daughter, Eliza. Formally opened 15 Apr 1885 by Lord Mayor Edward Harland. Contractor: Robert Corry (tender price £280). Iron lamp standards by McFarlane's of Glasgow. Sculptural carving by unnamed workshop in Chester.
Refs: Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 50, no. 112(illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 253;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 23(illus.),357-8(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY ROAD, MORAVIAN CHURCH
Date: 1884-87
Nature: New church in Perpendicular Gothic style. Tenders invited, Apr 1886.  Opened, May 1887. Contractors: Fitzpatrick Bros.
Refs: IB 30, 15 Jan 1888, 16;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 142(illus.),275.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE (& GARFIELD STREET), SPENCER HOUSE
Date: 1884;1889
Nature: New commercial and office block, 1884.  Extension into Lower Garfield Street, 1889.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FITZROY AVENUE (& UNIVERSITY STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOL
Date: 1885
Nature: New schools to rear of church. Gothic.
Refs: IB 27, 15 Oct 1885, 285;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 118(illus.),339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DONEGORE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1885
Nature: Addition of minister's room and committee room.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 291.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, HOUSE
Date: 1885
Nature: New house for Mr Acheson.  Builder: Richard Lutton.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1885
Nature: Terrace of houses for J.E. Magill.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOLYWOOD ROAD (STRANDTOWN), GREENOGE
Date: 1885
Nature: Detached house for John Wilkinson , of Wilkinson & Turtle, collar, cuff and handkerchief manufacturers.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD (& DERRYVOLGIE AVE), WINDSOR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1885-87;1889;1927
Nature: New church. Building fund opened 1874 or earlier. White Scrabo sandstone with red Dumfries sandstone dressings. Tower and spire above 150 ft high. Expected cost: £6,000.Builder: Robert Corry. Lecture hall and school house 'to be erected' at cost of £906, Jul 1889. Builder: W. McCammond. Link between school & church, 1927.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1; IB 28, 15 Apr 1886, 117(illus.); 31, 15 Jul 1889, 191; 69, 25 Jun 1927, 473; Architect 33, 12 Mar 1886, 157; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 43 (sub no. 89); Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 70(illus.), 78-9;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 159-160(illus.),274(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON PARK AVENUE, CLIFTONVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1886
Nature: New Italianate church to accommodate 450. Red brick, red cement and Dumfries sandstone. Contractor: Hutchison Keith, Glenravel Street. (Church closed, 1972.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 273.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BRANIEL ROAD LOWER, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1886
Nature: New manse for Rev. David Stewart Ker Coulter
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BLACKSTAFF ROAD (OFF), MABEL STREET, SCHOOLS
Date: 1886
Nature: 2-storey red brick school, in conection with Great Victoria Street Presbyterian church. Cost: £1,200. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  118(illus..),339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE STREET (& ALFRED STREET), STORES (ROBINSON & CLEAVER)
Date: 1886-87;1905
Nature: Stores, for Robinson & Cleaver. Contractor: H. & J. Martin. Expected cost: £20,000.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/3; IB 28, 1 Aug 1886, 222; 30, 15 Mar 1888, 68

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE, NO. 056 (ROBINSON & CLEAVER)
Date: 1886-88;1894-1895
Nature: Massive 6 storey premises on corner of Donegall Sq N. Circular clock tower at corner. White Scrabo sandstone for upper floors, Scottish granites for ground floor. Carvings of distinguished clients by Harry Hems, Exeter. Contractor: H. & J. Martin, Belfast. Completed Spring 1888. Cost: almost £50,000. Extended, 1894-1895
Refs: IB 28, 1 Mar 1886, 68; 29, 15 Nov 1887, 325; 30, 15 Mar 1888, 68; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 51 (no. 113(illus.); C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed.,1985), 56-57; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 107-8,112(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),23(illus.),62(illus.),75-80(illus.)246-247(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (BALLYMACARRETT), SUSAN STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOLS
Date: 1886a
Nature: New schools adjoining church, providing accommodation for 600 children and comprising 2 schoolrooms, 4 classrooms and 2 cloakrooms. Opened 17 Sep 1886. Cost: £800. Contractor: William Kerr, Henryville.
Refs: IB 28, 1 Jan,1 Oct 1886, 4,7(illus.),272;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  339-340.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOPEFIELD AVENUE, PRESBYTERIAN ORPHAN SOCIETY TRAINING HOME FOR GIRLS
Date: 1887
Nature: New premises in course of erection. Red brick with cut-stone dressings. Cupola. Porch to be 'enriched with symbolic carving of a simple character'. Laundry in basement. Builder: Fitzpatrick. Cost: £3000. (dEMOLISHED.)
Refs: IB 29, 15 Oct 1887, 290(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 122(illus..),344

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SYDENHAM AVENUE, NO. 094 (& BELMONT CHURCH ROAD), BELMONT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1887
Nature: Addition of N. aisle.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 39;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 291.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE (& GARFIELD STREET), ROBINSON & NEWITT
Date: 1887
Nature: New four-storey white brick corner block of shops and offices. (Demolished in 1960s.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 246.

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMARA, NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1887
Nature: New school, for Rev.William John Patton of 2nd Dromara Presbyterian church. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 340 

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, SCHOOL
Date: 1887-88
Nature: New school for Rev. Charles William Kennedy of Hill Street Presbyterian church. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 29, 1 Mar 1887, 74;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  340.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BROUGHSHANE, NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1887-90
Nature: New school on site given by Lord O'Neill, consisting of two large school rooms, with classrooms attached, cloakrooms, porches &c. Opened Jul 1890. Builder: Blayney Adair & Son, Ballymena. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 29, 1 Apr 1887, 104; 31, 1 Nov 1889, 275(illus.); 32, 1 Aug 1890, 185; 57th Report of National Education Commissioners (1890), 236;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  341(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, GREYSTONES, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1887;1899
Nature: New church on site presented by W.R. Latouche. FS laid, 3 Mar 1887. Contractor: Thomas Evans, Greystones. Additions, consisting of 2 transepts and small school completed Aug 1899. (repairs and imps. noted in Wicklow Newsletter, 21 Mar 1908, but architect of these not named.)
Refs: Wicklow Newsletter, 4 Dec 1886, 5 Mar 1887; IB 29, 15 Mar 1887, 91; 41, 15 Aug 1899, 99;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 254.;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  275(illus.)


Building: CO. ANTRIM, AHOGHILL, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1888
Nature: New manse with offices.
Refs: Architect 39, 18 May 1888, suppl. p. 3

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CALLENDER STREET, NO. 008-14 (MURRAY & CO.)
Date: 1888
Nature: New tobacco factory, for Murray, Sons & Co., completed late summer 1888. (Demolished, 1960ca; Site now occupied by Lindsay House.)
Refs: IB 30, 1 Sep 1888, 228(illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 46; 
Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 247.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, VICTORIA STREET, FACTORY (JOHNSTON, ALLEN & CO.), HOUSES
Date: 1888
Nature: Workers' - and managers'? - houses surrounding factory.
Refs: Architect 39, 22 Jun 1888, suppl. p.1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 322.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, GEORGE STREET, 2ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOOLS.
Date: 1888
Nature: Small, 4-bay single-storey school.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 432.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, ST JAMES'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (3RD)
Date: 1888
Nature: Repairing and repainting of exterior and interior.  New floor, pews, pulpit, new cloured glass in windows, including 'Alpha' and O'Omegas' windows oby Ballantine of Edinburgh on either side of pulpit. Contractor: James McNeill, Ballymoney.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 291.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUNDONALD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1888
Nature: New pulpit and choir with Gothic panelling;  Gothic arches in recess behind pulpit.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 292.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, BELSIZE ROAD, SLOAN STREET PRESBYTERIAN MANSE (LATER MASONIC HALL)
Date: 1888
Nature: New manse for the Rev. John W. Gamble. (Sold 1964 and became Lisburn Masonic Hall.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 320

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH QUEEN STREET (& LITTLE GEORGE'S STREET), EKENHEAD MISSION HALL & SCHOOLS
Date: 1888
Nature: 2-storey, 4-bay hall with gable end principal facade.  For Rev. John Greenlees of Ekenhead Presbyterian church,(Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  340.

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYWALTER, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 1888-89
Nature: New church to accommodate 500 (on ground floor). Has nave, shallow transepts, session and lecture rooms, &c. Gallery over vestibule. Walls principally Scrabo sandstone. Building in progress, Oct 1888; opened Dec 1889. Contractor: Thomas S. Dixon & Co.
Refs: IB 30, 15 Oct 1888, 257(illus.); 31, 15 Dec 1889, 307; Architect 39, 15 Jun 1888, suppl. p.3;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 149-50(illus.),275-76.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PERCY STREET (& BEVERLEY STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL & SCHOOLS
Date: 1888-89
Nature: New church hall for Albert street congregation. Gothic. Large hall on first floor, with smaller hall, library, class room, parlour &c. on ground floor. Scrabo stone from Glebe Quarries, Co. Down. Almost complete, Apr 1889. Builder: R. Corry, Donegall Pass. (Demolished.)
Refs: Architect 39, 6 Jan 1888, suppl. p.3; 41, 4 Jun 1889, suppl. p.1; IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 89(illus.),96;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 294,340..

Building: CO. ANTRIM, AHOGHILL, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1888-89
Nature: New Presbyterian manse with offices for Rev. William G. Strahan. (Demolished, 2006.)
Refs: Architect 39, 18 May 1888, 3;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 320.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, VICTORIA STREET, NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1888-900
Nature: New school in connection with Johnston, Allen & Co. Red brick, Gothic, replacing earlier Woodville Street School. Funded by James Johnston. Opened, Aug 1900. Contractor: Thomas McMillan, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 120(illus.), 342. 

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, VICTORIA STREET (& WOODVALE STREET), FACTORY (JOHNSTON ALLEN & CO.)
Date: 1888;1897;1910
Nature: New linen factory, 1888 (Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey). Two blocks of workers' houses in connection with same, 1888. New warehouse, 1897. Extension, 1902 (Contractor: Thomas McMillan, Belfast, £10,446). Laundry, 1910.
Refs: George Henry Bassett, The Book of County Armagh (1888), 364(illus.),365; PRONI D.1898/1/15;  Architect 39, 22 Jun 1888, suppl. p.1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 247(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BEDFORD STREET, ULSTER HALL
Date: 1888;1903
Nature: Redecoration, 1888.  Extensive restoration and improvements costing £4,000, 1903
Refs: IB 45, 23 Apr,10 Sep 1903, 1704, 1960;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 355.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PAULETT AVENUE, BALLYMACARRETT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1889
Nature: Remodelling of Classical church of 1837 in Perpendicular Gothic style, including bringing forward of front. Tenders invited, Feb 1889. Tender of R. Corry (£3,289) accepted. Actual cost: £4000.
Refs: Architect 41, 8 Feb 1889, suppl. p.1, 18 Mar 1889, suppl. p.2; IB 31, 15 Mar 1889, 83;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 150(illus.),281.

Building: CO. DOWN, ANNAHILT, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1889
Nature: New church to be built to accommodate over 600. Style 'a free treatment of Classic'. Local stone roughcast with cement dressings. nEstimated cost: £1,170. Contractor: Joseph Quinn, Lurgan.
Refs: IB 31, 15 Jul,1 Aug 1889, 191,204;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006),  230;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 163(illus.),276(illus.).



Building: CO. DOWN, ANNALONG, SCHOOL
Date: 1889
Nature: New school, for Rev. David Hadden, of Annalong Presbyterian church. (Demolished.)
Refs: Architect 42, 29 Nov 1889, suppl. p.1; 57th Report of commissioners of National Education in Ireland (1890), 236;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  340.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYNAFEIGH, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1889
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas.
Refs: Architect 41, 24 May 1889, suppl. p.1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 320.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PARK, NO. 029-33
Date: 1889
Nature: Terrace of 3-storey red brick houses for John Porter.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 178;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 320.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHORT STRAND, FACTORY (ANDERSON'S FELT WORKS)
Date: 1889
Nature: New factory to replace premises destroyed by fire. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 247..

Building: CO. TYRONE, OMAGH, HOSPITAL ROAD, CAMPSIE HOUSE
Date: 1889
Nature: Large house and offices for Hans Beresford Fleming. Contractor: Colhoun Bros. Derry. (Now Western Education and Library Board headquarters.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 208(illus),320.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYEASTON, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1889-1890
Nature: Addition of Classical porch and renovation of interior (repainting, replastering, new wood panelling, new pulpit and choir seats). Contractor: F. & R. Magee, Ballyclare.
Refs: Architect 51, 6 Mar 1889, suppl p. 1; 19 Apr 1889., suppl. p.1

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, PRINCETOWN ROAD, NO. 118 (GLENBANK)
Date: 1889-1890
Nature: New two- storey red brick house on irregular plan. For Miss Connor.
Refs: PRONI, D.18981/5; Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 162,164(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 209(illus.),321

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, DOWNSHIRE ROAD, NO. 004 (DUNIRIS)
Date: 1889-1890
Nature: Built as manse for Rev. Alexander Patton. Possibly by Y & M.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 70;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),320.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, RAILWAY STREET, TEMPERANCE INSTITUTE
Date: 1889;1906
Nature: New building on site donated by Sir Richard Wallace. Red brick with cement dressings, containing gymnasium, reading room, restaurant, public hall, ladies' and committee rooms, and caretaker's residence. To cost about £2,000. FS laid Jul 1889. Contractor: Paul McHenry. Tenders invited for carrying out adds. to café, 1906.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/5;  IB 31, 15 Jul 1889, 191; 32, 1 Oct 1890, 231(illus.); 48, 20 Oct 1906, 850;  Architect 41, 1 Feb 1889, suppl. p.2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 128-129(illus.),347-8 . 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHICHESTER PARK, SEWERS
Date: 1890
Nature: Tender of R. Calwell, Oldpark Rd, Belfast, for constructing same (£167) accepted. For Belfast Board of Guardians.
Refs: IB 32, 15 Aug 1890, 201

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU AVENUE, WAREHOUSE (MURPHY & STEVENSON)
Date: 1890
Nature: Addition 'which harmonises well with the other work, and gives much additional space to their increasing business'. Four storeys, turning corner into Linenhall Street. (Premises adjoin those of McBride & Williams.) Contractor: W. McCammond.
Refs: IB 32, 15 May 1890, 116; 33, 16 Jul 1891, 167;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, VICTORIA STREET, WAREHOUSE
Date: 1890
Nature: 'From the plans of Messrs. Young and Mackenzie, new warehouses are about to be erected at Victoria-street, Ormeau-avenue, and Adelaide-street'.
Refs: IB 32, 15 May 1890, 116

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARGYCREEVY (LISBURN), PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1890
Nature: New manse to be built for Rev. Robert Wilson. To cost £542.
Refs: Architect 44, 1 Jul 1890, suppl. p.3;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 323.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, WAREHOUSE (SWANE & BONE?)
Date: 1890
Nature: New warehouse.
Refs: Architect 42, 24 Jan 1890, suppl. p.1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE PARK, NO. 038 (MONTORIO)
Date: 1890
Nature: Large Italianate ared brick villa, for Charles Harden.
Refs: PRONI, D.2194/81; Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 98;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 323.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LENNOXVALE, NO. 002 & 4
Date: 1890
Nature: Pair of 3-storey semi-detached houses in red brick with sandstone dressings. Balustrading over window bays and entrances. For H.M. Robinson of Robinson & Cleaver's (No. 2, Elsinore) and W.T. Hamilton (No. 4, Claireden).
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 72;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), vii(illus.),217(illus.),321.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLEAVER AVENUE, CHERRY HILL (BRACKENBER HOUSE)
Date: 1890
Nature: Large 3-storey sandstone house for Ward family. Possibly by Y & M. (Demolished in 1980s)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 18(illus.),42;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 321

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, QUEEN STREET (& COLLEGE SQUARE), WAREHOUSE (SWANSTON & BONES)
Date: 1890
Nature: New  four-storey brick warehouse with stone facing on grouind floor.  Contractors: Fitzpatrick Bros., Great Victoria Street.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 70-72(illus.),248(illus.).

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, HILL STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 1890
Nature: Addition of copper spire to tower. Contractor: Thomas Collen & Sons, Armagh.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 292.


Building: CO. DOWN, SAINTFIELD, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1890
Nature: Complete refurhishment of interior. Addition of new minister's room to rear.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 292.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, MOUNT ROYAL, NO. 001
Date: 1890
Nature: Seaside house for William YoUng of Fenaghy, Ballymena.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 321-322.32

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON STREET, SOLDIERS' HOME
Date: 1890
Nature: New castellated building , principally of brick. Contractors: McLaughlin & Harvey.  (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 123-124(illus.), 344.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, WELLINGTON STREET, YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Date: 1890
Nature: New Italianate building on site of former Ballymena Newsroom. Contractors: Blayney Adair & Son, Ballymena.. Cost approx. £2000. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 129(illus.), 348.

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, PREACHINGHOUSE STREET, TEMPERANCE HALL
Date: 1890-92
Nature: New temperance hall, with restaurant, offices, stabling, &c. Contractor: J. Kennedy, Coleraine.  Cost: £3,000.  Work supervised by W.J. Anderson.
Refs: IB 32, 15 Dec 1890, 293; 33, 1 Feb 1891, 34; Architect 44, 19 Dec 1890, suppl. p.1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 250.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, HIGH KIRK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (2ND)
Date: 189092
Nature: New church ofn site of previous meeting house.  Classical.  Opened 2 Sep 1892. Contractors: Bearey, Adair & Son, Ballymena. (Congregation relocated, church closed, 1975, and subsequently demolished.)
Refs: Architect 43, 16 May 1890, suppl. p.1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  277.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU AVENUE, NO. 019 (& ADELAIDE STREET), WAREHOUSE (MCBRIDE & WILLIAMS)
Date: 1890;1906-07
Nature: New 5-storey warehouse on corner of Adelaide St for McBride & Williams (opposite baths) just completed. Red brick. Handsome stone doorway with polished granite columns. Contractor: W. McCammond & Son. Additional warehouse on Adelaide Street, 1906-7 (Contractor: Robert Corry, Belfast).
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/7;   IB 32, 15 May 1890, 116; 33, 15 May,16 Jul 1891, 116,167;  48, 6 Oct,17 Nov 1906, 797,928; 49, 20 Apr 1907, 288; B 91, 6 Oct 1906, 408 (or 409?);  Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 252;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 248-249(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1890ca
Nature: House for William Kennedy.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 322.

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, STRAND ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM (OLD)
Date: 1890ca
Nature: Improvements.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 354.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, JOY STREET, WAREHOUSE (J.M. NELSON)
Date: 1891
Nature: New warehouse in course of erection for Mr J.M. Nelson. Red brick front with stone dressings. Builder: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: IB 33, 16 Jul 1891, 167;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 249(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, HAMILTON SCHOOLS
Date: 1891
Nature: New schools at rere of York St Presbyterian church in course of erection. Red brick 'with sparing use of cut stone'. FS laid by Edward Coey, JP, 25 Aug 1891. Builder: Thomas McMillan. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 33, 1 Sep 1891, 199; 59th Report of the National Education Commissioners in Ireland (1892), 222;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DURHAM STREET, SCHOOL & MISSION HALL
Date: 1891
Nature: New. Builder: W. McCammond & Sons.
Refs: B 61, 24 Oct 1891, 317

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, QUEEN STREET, BUSINESS PREMISES
Date: 1891
Nature: New?
Refs: B 60, 10 Jan 1891, 36

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE PARK, NO. 014 (KILMONA)
Date: 1891
Nature: Plain red brick house with Queen Anne Revival porch.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 26;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 323.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1891
Nature: Renovation. Transepts and lecture hall added.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett's architects files, citing official guide by Rev. ? Shearer, A Century for Christ (1958);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  290(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL STREET, WAREHOUSE (MURPHY & STEVENSON)
Date: 1891
Nature: Addition to warehouse. Contractor: W. McCammond & Son.
Refs: IB 33, 15 Jul 1891, 167

Building: CO. ANTRIM, VICTORIA STREET, NO. 058-60 (MCKNIGHT, DICKSON & CO.)
Date: 1891
Nature: New warehouse. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 249.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, NON-SUBSCRIBING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1891
Nature: New Late Gothic Revival church and lecture hall replacing church of 1856, which was demolished due to subsidence. Contractors: H. & J. Martin. Cost: £1,800. (Destroyed in blitz of 1941.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 276.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYCASTLE, NORTH STREET (& CLARE ROAD), KENMARA
Date: 1891
Nature: 2-storey, 5-bay villa for Thomas Greer.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 209(illus.),322.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE NORTH, LINEN HALL LIBRARY
Date: 1891-92
Nature: Conversion of former Moore & Weinberg's linen warehouse into library. Stained glass panels of literary and scientific figures purchased from T. Duff, London.
Refs: Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 34 (no. 68, illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 37(illus.),355-6.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUBLIN ROAD (& ORMEAU AVENUE), WAREHOUSE (GRIBBON)
Date: 1891-92;1899
Nature: New 4-storey warehouse for A. Gribbon. Red brick with cement dressings. Handsome doorway on Dublin Rd. Rapidly approaching completion in Jul 1891. Completed by Dec 1892. Contractor: W. McCammond. Additions, 1899. (Demolished, 2000ca.)
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/9; IB 33, 15 May,16 Jul 1891, 116,167;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 249-250(illus.). 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL ROAD, RICHVIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1891;1897-98
Nature: New church to seat 1040 for Rev. J.M. McStrath. Gothic. Red brick with red sandstone dressings. Tenders invited, 20 May 1897. Opened, 2 Oct 1898.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/9,28;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CARRIGART, SQUARE, EARL OF LEITRIM MEMORIAL
Date: 1892
Nature: Memorial to Robert, 4th Earl of Leitrim (d.1892) in form of 30 ft-high Celtic near his grave. Largely funded by public subscription. Irish design chosen by widow of 4th Earl.
Refs: IB 34, 1 Dec 1892, 247; S.G. Bayne, On an Irish Jaunting Car (1902), 19;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 358(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, GYMNASIUM
Date: 1892
Nature: New gymnasium to be built.
Refs: Architect 47, 13 May 1892, suppl. p.7

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, FEVER HOSPITAL
Date: 1892
Nature: Alts. to wards.
Refs: Architect47, 8 Jan 1892, suppl. p.7

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE SQUARE EAST, ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION
Date: 1892
Nature: Plans for swimming bath and extension to covered playground.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 344.   

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, CITY HOSPITAL
Date: 1892
Nature: Nurses' home.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/13

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL STREET, NO. 080 (ASHLEY CAFE)
Date: 1892
Nature: New cafe for Irish Temperance League.
Refs: Paul Harron, 'The Records of Young & Mackenzie, Architects and civil Engineers of Belfast at PRONI: Insights to a Firm and the Shaping of the Shaping of Ulster's Built Environment, c1850-1960' in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives 22 (1915), 49.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, KILRAUGHTS, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1892
Nature: Modernisation and refurbishment of meeting hous, with provision of increased capacity. New orch with wheel window above. Cost about £1000. Contractor: Robert Young, Ballymoney. (Destroyed by fire, 1971.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 292.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BANKMORE STREET, YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION GYMNASIUM
Date: 1892
Nature: Tenders for same invited, 7 May 1892. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 348.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GLENGALL STREET, CENTRAL DISPENSARY
Date: 1892
Nature: New dispensary for Committee of the Belfast Dispensary and Board of Guardians, replacing Barrack Street dispensary.. Opened, 7 Nov 1892. Contracgtor: William Kerr.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 350. (Demolished.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CARLISLE CIRCUS, ST ENOCH'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1892-93
Nature: Memorial tablet to Rev. Dr Hugh Hanna erectied in vestibule. (Church demolished.)
Refs: IB 35, 1 Feb 1893, 34;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 16(illus.),358.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, BALMORAL CEMETERY, HANNA MEMORIAL
Date: 1892-93
Nature: Granite obelisk on plinth in memory of Rev. Hug Hanna (d. 1892). Tenders invited, Jun 1892.  Just completed, Dec 1893. Contractor: McBain, York St, Belfast.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 358-9(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYSILLAN, VICTORIA HOME FOR DESTITUTE GIRLS
Date: 1892a;1902
Nature: New Girls' Home. Gothic. Red brick and Dumfries sandstone.  Opened 20 May 1892.  Contractor: Robert Corry, Donegall Pl.  Block of cottages and playroom for same, 1902  Contractor: J. & R. Thompson.  cOST: £3000.(Demolished.)
Refs: B 62, 11 Jun 1892, 465; 44, 30 Jan 1902, 1024;   Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 124-5(illus.), 344-5 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE PARK, NO. 016 (THE LAURELS)
Date: 1893
Nature: Red brick house with canted bay and corbelled attic storey. Notice of tender issued, 18 Feb 1893.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 26;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 209(illus.),323(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LARNE, CAIRNCASTLE ROAD, GARDENMORE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1893
Nature: New manse. (Demolished, 1961.)
Refs: Architect 47, 22 Apr 1892, 9;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHANKILL ROAD, SHOPS (003) & HOUSES (003)
Date: 1893
Nature: New shops & houses for Mr Joseph McKibben.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/14

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, AMELIA STREET, WAREHOUSE (WATSON & VALENTINE & CO.)
Date: 1893
Nature: New warehouse. (Demolished, apart from doorcase.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GLENGALL STREET, WAREHOUSE (ROBERT ANDERSON)
Date: 1893
Nature: New warehouse. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 250.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHURCH LANE, WAREHOUSE (LITTLE & MCCLEAN)
Date: 1893
Nature: New 4-storey, 12-bay warehouse in polychrome brick. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH STREET LOWER, SHOP & WAREHOUSE (PATRICK MCGUINNESS)
Date: 1893
Nature: 4-storey shop and warehouse, replicating McGuinness's existing shop beside it. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 250.

Building: CO. DERRY, TOBERMORE, CARSON MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Date: 1893
Nature: New church on site of chapel of 1814, for Irish Baptist Home Mission. Opening service held, Jul 1893. Builder: James Caldwell, Magherafelt.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 164(illus.),277.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, LECTURE HALL & SCHOOL (1ST PRESBYTERIAN)
Date: 1893
Nature: New 2-storey building with lecture hall on ground floor and schoolroom above. Tower containing entrance and spiral staircase.  Co tractors: Blaney, Adair &  Son (Ballymena). (dEMOLISHED.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 295.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PERTH STREET, MORAVIAN MISSION HALL
Date: 1893
Nature: New 2-storey building with hall (used for worship) above and school below. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), , 293(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KING'S ROAD, GLENALTANS
Date: 1893
Nature: Detached house for Dr James King-Kerr. (Demolished, 1990.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  209(illus.),323.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, LINDEN
Date: 1893
Nature: House for J.J. McMullan.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GREENCASTLE, SHORE ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1893
Nature: Workers' houses for John Barbour and alterations to Barbour's Grove Mill.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, MAIN STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1893-94
Nature: Addition of schools and 'Guildhall' to rear of church, for Rev. Alexander Patton.  Tenders invited, 15 Sep 1893. (Did Y & M also design spire for church for Alexander Patton?).
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 295.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYCASTLE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1893;1897
Nature: Enlargement, including addition of stone W  front with Tudor Gothic door and and window above. Round tower type belfry at SW corner. New gallry and pews, modification of minister's platform. For Rev. John Jackson. Unexecuted plan for new 4-bay church with round tower, 1897.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 148(illus.),292(illus.)


Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNMONEY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL
Date: 1894
Nature: New hall for Presbyterian church. Single storey with bellcote and round-headed windows.

Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/15;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), , 295(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH STREET LOWER, SHOP & WAREHOUSE (J. & J. HASLETT))
Date: 1894
Nature: New 4-storey block , built after fire in North and Rosemay Streets in 1892. Builder: McCammond & Son. ForJ. & J. Haslett, chemists, who occupied half of premises while other half was let out to other shops. Mainly red brick and terracotta. Contractor: McCammond & Son. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 250.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANN STREET, WHITEHALL BUILDINGS
Date: 1894
Nature: New 4-storey premises for Francis Curley in Conney Court withn 70 ft. frontage to Ann Street. Red brick and terracotta with ground floor faced in Castlewellan granite. Contractor: Campbell & Son, Ravenhill Road. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 251.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONNEGALL PLACE (& CASTLE PLACE), WILLIAM GIBSON
Date: 1894
Nature: New premises for William Gibson, jeweller, on corner of Donegall Place and Castle Place. Ambitious proposed design for 7-storey building to emulate Robinson & Cleaver's premises not carried out. 3-storey stucco-fronted building erected instead. (Demolished, 1986.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 80(illus.),251.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENWHERRY, CHURCH ROAD, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1894
Nature: New manse for Rev. David Cummins.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BLOOMFIELD, HOUSE (003)
Date: 1894
Nature: Terrace of 3 houses of 2 storeys plus attic.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, DOWNSHIRE ROAD, HOME OF REST
Date: 1894
Nature: Home of rest for working girls. Opened 1894. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 345. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CARLISLE CIRCUS, STATUE OF REV. HUGH HANNA
Date: 1894
Nature: Base of statue by Charles Bell Birch designed by Y & M. Cost of whole monument: £400. (Destroyed by bomb, 1970.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 359-60(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UPPER QUEEN STREET (& WELLINGTON STREET), WAREHOUSE (W.S. MOLLAN)
Date: 1894-1895
Nature: New warehouse for W.S. Mollan, linen merchant (Demolished.)
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/16;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 251.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, MARKET STREET, SHOPS
Date: 1894-95
Nature: New shops for J. Calvert & Co.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 252..

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, EGLANTINE AVENUE, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1894-95;1897
Nature: Pair of semi-detached villas for Mrs Clark, 1894-5. 2 semi-detached villas of 3 storeys, 1897.
Refs: IB 39, 15 Jul 1897, 141;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 220(illus.),325.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, LECTURE HALL
Date: 1895
Nature: Alts.
Refs: Architect 54, 20 Sep 1895, suppl. p.8

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNMURRY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LECTURE HALL
Date: 1895
Nature: New hall, 54 x 38 with porch to main road and wings containing ladies'room and kitchen respectively. Belfast brick with terracotta panels. FS laid 19 Oct 1895. Contractor: J. McRoberts, Belfast.
Refs: PRONI D.1898/1/20; B 69, 26 Oct 1895, 299

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALMORAL AVENUE, MALONE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Date: 1895
Nature: Single storey red brick school of Queen Anne character. Opened 12 Sep 1895. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 32;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 342.   

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU AVENUE (& LINEN HALL STREET), WAREHOUSE
Date: 1895
Nature: New?
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/20

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU ROAD (& ROSETTA PARK), HOUSES (003)
Date: 1895
Nature: 3 houses for William A. Craig.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/20;N Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 220(illus.),325(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE (& CASTLE PLACE)
Date: 1895
Nature: 3-storey stuccoed premises  for William Gibson. jeweller, comprising shop and workrooms.  Took place of more ambitious proposal by Y & M for 7-storey castellated building . (Demolished and replaced, 1986.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 80(illus.),251.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRAIGIE ROAD (NEAR), CASTLEREAGH LAUNDRY
Date: 1895
Nature: Larg steam laundry for A. Bell & Sons. of Paisley and Belfast. Contractor: Robert Corry. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016, 252.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CONNOR, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1895
Nature: New church. Italianate.  Tender notices published, Dec 1893.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 277.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FORTWILLIAM PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1895
Nature: New villa.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 219.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN AVENUE, HOUSES
Date: 1895
Nature: Terraced workers' houses. 2-storey, red brick with canted bay windows.  For Mr Mogey and connected to Mr A. Cowdy of York Street Mills/Muckamore Works.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 325

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1895-1899?
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas.
Refs: Architect 103, 15 Feb 1895, 11;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLE STREET (& FOUNTAIN STREET), WAREHOUSE (DAVID MITCHELL)
Date: 1895-96
Nature: New 5-storey furniture warehouse for David Mitchell. Italianate.  Belfast red brick with freestone dressings and Peterhead granite pilasters. Contractors: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 252..

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMORE, FACTORY (MURPHY & STEVENSON)
Date: 1895-97
Nature: New factory with attached cottages. Contractor: H. & J. Martin. (Demolished.)
Refs: PRONI D.1898/1/20;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 252.

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWCASTLE, SLIEVE DONARD HOTEL
Date: 1895-988
Nature: Y & M supervise erection of hotel designed by James J. Farrall.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 259(ILLUS.)..

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE, NO. 001-5 (ANDERSON & MCAULEY)
Date: 1895-99;1912
Nature: 5-storey department store on corner of Donegall Pl. Faced in sandstone with richly carved detail by 'Mr Thompson'(of Winter & Thompson?). Extensions, 1912. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: PRONI, D 1895/1/19; IB 54, 31 Aug 1912, 509; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 63; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 99(illus.),102;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 15(illus.) ,52(illus.),81-84(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BROADWAY (& FALLS ROAD), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1895;1898-99
Nature: New church in 13th cent. Gothic style with nave, aisles, shallow transepts, square tower and spire. Red brick with Dumfries sandstone.. FS laid 5 Jul 1895. George Thomson Memorial Hall connected by passage, added at rear, 1898-99. Gothic. Red brick with Dumfries sandstone sills. Opened, Mar 1899. Contractor for both structures: Thomas McMillan, Ormeau Ave, Belfast.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/19; B 69, 16 Jul 1895, 16;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 153(illus.),277,296


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON STREET (& WELLINGTON PL), CITY OF BELFAST YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS
Date: 1895;1899-1900
Nature: New building with octagonal tower and octagonal turrets. Contains gymnasium, hall, café, reading room, &c.. FS laid 27 Aug 1895. Completed Spring, 1897. Builder: William McCammond & Son. Adds., including enlargement of large hall, kitchen and retiring rooms (also shop and warehouse), 1899. Contr: McLaughlin & Harvey. (Demolished.)
Refs: B 49, 31 Aug 1895, 157; IB 37, 1 Sep 1895, 208,211; 41, 1 Dec 1899, 199; 42, 1 Feb 1900, 256; Building News 71, 9 Nov 1896, 522;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 16(illus.),129(illus.),348.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CAVEHILL ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1896
Nature: Block of houses to be erected.
Refs: IB 38, 15 Jun 1896, 133;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 325.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALMORAL AVENUE, NO. 058-62
Date: 1896
Nature: Terrace of 3 red-brick houses designed as cottage homes for Hampton House Industrial School.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 32

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, RUGBY ROAD, EVANGELICAL UNION CHURCH
Date: 1896
Nature: New church in 15th cent. Gothic style with two halls, offices &c.. Tower and spire. Materials chiefly brick with 'sparing' use of Aspatria sanstone. Memorial stone laid Nov 1896. Builder: Robert Corry.
Refs: B 71, 28 Nov 1896, 454

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CARLISLE CIRCUS, ST ENOCH'S SCHOOLS
Date: 1896
Nature: Additions.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/22

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, BALLYHOLME ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1896
Nature: Villa for |Mrs. W.E. Young.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 325.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALMORAL AVENUE, HAMPTON HOUSE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1896
Nature: Terrace of 3 red brick cottage homs with half-timbered gables. Contractor: A.M. Roberts, Dunluce Avenue.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 345(illus.). 

Building: CO. DOWN, HELEN'S BAY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1896-97
Nature: New church. 13th century Gothic. Ballygowan slate with Scrabo sandstone dressings.  FS laid by Marchioness of Dufferin & Ava 24 Oct 1896. Opened 9 May 1897. Builder: William Kerr. Cost: £1,600. Spire remained unexecuted.
Refs: PRONI D.1898/1/21;  B 71, 31 Oct 1896, 361; 72, 15 May 1897, 446;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 142(illus.),278.
 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLEREAGH ROAD (& LEITRIM STREET), MCQUISTON MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1896-97
Nature: New Gothic church of red brick with white sandstone dressings with large square buttressed tower with spire and pinnacle with stone spirelet on other side of main gable. For congregation of Willowfield Presbyterian Church. Memorial stones laid 28 Mar 1896. Contractor: Robert Corry. Opened, 28 Feb 1897. Overall cost: £5,500.
Refs: B 70, 11 Apr 1896, 325;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 166(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 153(illus.),278(illus.).
 


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY AVENUE (& RUGBY ROAD), FIRST EVANGELICAL UNION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH & LECTURE HALL
Date: 1896-97
Nature: New church and hall, for Rev. George Cron, replacing former church in Wellington Place. 15th century Gothic. rED BRICK. Memorial stone laid, Nov 1896. Opened, Sep 1897. Contractor: Robert Corry.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/23;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 154(illus..), 279(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FORTWILLIAM PARK, HOUSE (ROSSAVILLE)
Date: 1896-97
Nature: Detached villa for E. McKean. Contractor: James Kidd.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 319(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, GLENMANUS ROAD, REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1896-99
Nature: New church with lecture hall, caretaker's house and manse, for Samuel Patton. 5-bay hall with tower and spire at liturgical SW corner (which later blew down).
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 164(illus.),282(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOPEFIELD AVENUE, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1896;1899
Nature: 3 terraced houses for Mrs H. Robinson, 1896 (J.& R. Thompson, £2,735), followed by a further 3 houses for same client, 1899.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 325.

Building: CO. DOWN, BANBRIDGE, FACTORY (WALKER & CO.)
Date: 1897
Nature: Adds.
Refs: PRONI D.1898/1/24,25

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MOUNTPOTTINGER, SCHOOL
Date: 1897
Nature: New? schools. contractor: William Kerr.
Refs: B 73, 7 Aug 1897, 114

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYNAHINCH, RAILWAY STREET, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1897
Nature: 4 houses for David McKelvey.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 326.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FITZWILLIAM STREET, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1897
Nature: Pair of 3-storey red brick houses for Mrs Carson. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 326.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MAYO STREET, HUGH HENRY BOYD ENDOWMENT SCHOOL
Date: 1897
Nature: New school. Contractor: W. Kerr, Mountpottinger. Cost: £2000.  Further classrooms added in 1899. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  342.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SAINTFIELD ROAD, FORSTER GREEN HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION
Date: 1897
Nature: Classical/Italianate conversion and extension of Georgian house to create hospital.  Contractors: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 100(illus.),350.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, NO. 001-11 (SCOTTISH PROVIDENT INSURANCE BUILDINGS)
Date: 1897-1902
Nature: New Italianate offices with projecting porch on angle. 8 shops at street level. Built in 2 stages; second stage commenced 1900. Glasgow stone. Contractor: Robert Corry. Sculpture by Purdy & Millard. Stained glass by Ward & Partners. Design claimed by Robert Young in Who's Who in Architecture (1923). Alts., 1923.
Refs: IB 41, 1 Sep,15 Dec 1899,112(illus.),116,213; 42, 15 Mar 1900, 308; 44, 20 Nov 1902, 1486(1488?); Jubilee No (1909), 41; 65, 3 Nov 1923, 852; B 78, 6 Jan 1900, ?; 83, 14 Nov(or 15 Oct?) 1902, 454; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 62 (no. 140, illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 121,136(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), xii(illus.),1(illus.),3(illus.),19(illus.),28(illus.),86-88(illus.),253-254(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK ROAD (& CASTLETON AVENUE), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1897-8
Nature: New church . 15th century Gothic revival. Contractor: Thomas McMillan, Ormeau Road.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 154(illus.), 280.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, CHURCH WALK, PAROCHIAL HALL
Date: 1897-98
Nature: New hall for select vestry of Shankill parish (CI). Gothic. Tender notice issued, 23 apr 1898. FS laid Sep 1898 Contractor: Thomas  McMillan, Ormeau Ave., Belfast.
Refs: IB 40, 1 Jun 1897, 87;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 295

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, RAVENHILL ROAD, HUGH HENRY BOYD ENDOWMENT SCHOOL
Date: 1897-99
Nature: New school for Hugh Henry Boyd Endowment Trust, opened July 1899. Flat roof functioned as rooftop playgound.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 342 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALMORAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Date: 1897;1898;1902
Nature: Weir Wing, 1897. Adds to Weir Wing, 1898. Alts. & adds. to East Wing, 1902. Governor's house, 1902.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/28

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWTOWNARDS, KILTONGA HOUSE
Date: 1897;1912
Nature: New house for William Sibbald Johnston. A second house built here for S.H. Simms in 1912.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society,2016),10(illus.),325,331.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PARKGATE, PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1898
Nature: Plans for enlargement.
Refs: IB 40, 1 Jul 1898, 100

Building: CO. TYRONE, CALEDON, MINTERBURN PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1898
Nature: New manse. Contractor: McRoberts, Belfast.
Refs: IB 40, 15 Sep 1898, 142; Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 327

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, PRINCETOWN ROAD (OFF), LORELEI, NO. 001,2,5,6
Date: 1898
Nature: To be built, for Mr Samuel Crosbie Aug 1898.: Nos.3 and 4 were built about a decade (also to designs by Y & M? )before nos. 1, 2, 5 and 6 were added on each side by Y & M.
Refs: IB 40, 15 Aug 1898, 125; Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 117,118(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 327-8

Building: CO. DOWN, GROOMSPORT, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1898
Nature: Platform, for Rev. J. Latimer.
Refs: PRONI D.2194/2/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, PARKGATE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1898
Nature: To be enlarged.
Refs: IB 40, 1 Jul 1898, 180 (or 100?)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HIGH STREET, CRANE & SONS
Date: 1898
Nature: Remodelling of piano and organ showrooms. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 84-85(illus.), 256.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEHEAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1898
Nature: 2 houses, for Thomas Bell, grocer, of Bellevue Cottage.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 326.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, THE MOUNT (MOUNTPOTTINGER), HOUSES (002)
Date: 1898
Nature: 2 houses, for William Dixon.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 326.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, CHURCH STREET, CARLETON HOUSE
Date: 1898
Nature: New 3-storey red brick house on corner site, for Miss Kate Carleton.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 210(illus.),326

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CAMDEN STREET, HOUSES
Date: 1898
Nature: Houses, for Mrs H,. Robinson.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 327.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, MALONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (NEW)
Date: 1898-99
Nature: New Gothic church with large tower and spire on site of previous one. Foundation stones laid 11 Jun 1898. Contractor: Courtney & Co. Also alts to lecture hall. Apparently the work of John Mackenzie, son of the first minister (Larmour)
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/29; IB 40, 1 Jul 1898, 100; 41, 1 Sep 1899, 114; 42, 15 Jan 1900, 246; Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 82,83(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 44(illus.),46(illus.),150-151(illus.),281(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WOODVALE ROAD (& WHITEROCK ROAD), WOODVALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1898-99
Nature: New geometric Gothic church for 1,000 people at junction of Woodvale and Whiterock Rds. Nave, aisles, transepts, tower & broached stone spire. Ballygowan slate dressed with Giffnock sandstone. Memorial stones laid, 11 Jun 1898. Opened, 8 Oct 1899 by Rev. D.A. Taylor. Builder: Thomas McMillan, Ormeau Ave. Cost: £5,000, of which £4000 had to be raised by congregation..
Refs: Building News 74, 17 Jun 1898, 850; IB 40, 1 Jul 1898, 100; 41, 1 Nov 1899, 169;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 144(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 151(illus.), 282-3. 

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWTOWNARDS, GUILDHALL
Date: 1899
Nature: New hall for 1st Presbyterian Church. Opened? Dec 1899. Cost: £1,500.
Refs: IB 41, 1 Dec 1899, 199

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE NORTH, LINEN HALL LIBRARY
Date: 1899
Nature: Alts. of ground floor into shop.
Refs: IB 42, 15 Jan 1900, 246

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CONNSBROOK AVENUE, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (FORMER INDEPENDENT MISSION CHURCH))
Date: 1899
Nature: New IIndependent church for people 'not formally associated with any church'. Simple hall, 59 x 30 ft, with lancet windows.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 280 (for photograph see Geograph, http://www.geograph.ie/photo/3492433 , last visitedMay 2017).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, NEWTOWNARDS, GUILDHALL (1ST PRESBYTERIAN)
Date: 1899
Nature: New hall designed to accommodate nearly 1000, adjacent to 1st Presbyterian church. Italianat. Contractor: James A. Gordon, Newtownards. Cost about £1,500.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 296(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, GLENMANUS ROAD, REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1899
Nature: New manse as part of group of buildings consisting of church, lecture hall and caretaker's house. For Samuel Patton, founder and builder of Glenmanus church.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 327(illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, QUEEN STREET (& PATRICK STREET), CITY SHIRT FACTORY (MCINTYRE, HOGG, MARSH & CO.)
Date: 1899-1900
Nature: Adds. to existing building of 1862-63 (by Robert Young), an. L-shaped structure on Queen St & Patrick St, to create foursquare structure, occupying entire block between these streets and North Edward St and Clarendon St. Contractor: J. Ballantine, Derry.
Refs: IB 41, 1 Nov 1899, 170; 42, 1 Mar 1900, 292,548; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 399;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 12(illus.),64-65(illus.),242.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE EAST, NO. 001-3 (OCEAN BUILDINGS)
Date: 1899-1902
Nature: New building, for Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co. Perpendicular style with turrets and gables. Ballochmyle sandstone. Architectural sculpture sculpture by Edgar Winter. Stained glass by Ward & Partners. Contractor: Robert Corry. Design claimed by Robert Young in Who's Who in Architecture(1923).
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/33; IB 41, 15 Dec 1899, 213; 43, 16 Jan 1901, 599; 44, 20 Nov 1902, 1488; B 83, 29 Nov 1902, 508; Building News 85, 20 Nov 1903, (illus. in supplement); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 116,123(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),22(illus.),88-89(illus.),95(illus.), 240(illus.), 254-255(illus)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FISHERWICK PLACE, PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY BUILDING
Date: 1899-1905
Nature: New Assembly bulding on site of old Fisherwick Presbyterian Church. Late Perp. style with square tower with corwn spire like St Giles's Cathdral, Edinburgh. Y & M appointed architects for same, after competition had been held. Decision of Thomas Drew, the assessor, was overridden and Y & M appointed instead. Opened 5 Jun 1905 by Duke of Argyll. Contractor: Robert Corry. Cost: £70,000. Design claimed by Robert Magill Young in Who's Who in Architecture (1923). Architectural sculputre by Purdy & Millard and J. Edgar Winter.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/39-40; IB 42, 1 Nov,1 Dec 1900, 533,555,557,571; 43, 20 Jun,7 Nov,5 Dec 1901, 767,928,967; 44, 2,30 Jan,8 May,5 Jun,20 Nov 1902, 992,1021,1238,1270,1272(illus.),1488; 47, 17 Jun 1905, 406,414(illus.); Jubilee No. (1909), 41; B 79, ? ? 1900, 447; 80. 15 Jun 1901, 590; 82, 26 Apr 1902, 427; 88, 10 Jun 1905, 635; 112, 5 Jan 1917, 11(illus.); 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1042; Building News 79, 14 Dec 1900, 840,843; 87, 8 Jul 1904, 41; 89, 11 Aug 1905, 177(illus.); C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 69-70; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993),146-147,171(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), xiii(illus.),xiv(illus.),5(illus.),19(illus.),24(illus.),165-183(illus.),239(illus.),285.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BOTANIC AVENUE, KINGHAN MISSION FOR DEAF AND DUMB
Date: 1899a
Nature: Conversion of Presbyterian Memorial Secession church into new premises for Kinghan Mission, including church, lecture hall, reading room, recreation room, women's parlour, photographic rooms and committee room. New buildings opened by Marquess of Dufferin, 15 May 1899.Contractor: John Killen.
Refs: The Kinghan Mission for the Deaf and Dumb (Belfast, 1899), illus.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU ROAD, SCHOOL
Date: 1900
Nature: New school in connection with Cooke Centenary Memorial Church.
Refs: IB 42, 1 Jul 1900, 412

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROSEMARY STREET, CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN HALL
Date: 1900
Nature: Adds. to be made for committee of 1st Presbyterian Congregation.
Refs: IB 43, 1 Apr 1900, 323

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 097 & 99
Date: 1900
Nature: Pair of semi-detached red-brick and roughcast houses with half-timbered gables. For William Dowling.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE PARK, NO. 023
Date: 1900
Nature: New house for Hugh Ross of Durham Street Weaving Co. Contractor: J. & R. Thompson, Belfast. Cost: £15,904.  Art Noveau leaded lights by Ward & Partners.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 25;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 211(illus.),328(illus.).

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, DOWNSHIRE ROAD, NO. 004A (DUNRAVEN)
Date: 1900
Nature: Added to No. 4 c.1900 as the Misses Pattons' School. Later converted to house. Possibly by Y & M.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 70;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 320.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, AUCTION MART
Date: 1900
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting new auction mart.
Refs: B 78, 24 Mar 1900, ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, ORRINGTON, SHOPS (005)
Date: 1900
Nature: Notice of tender for erection of 5 shops for Edward Robinson, 10 Jul 1900.(Unexecuted or no longer extant.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 254.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNMURRY, NON-SUBSCRIBING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1900
Nature: Additions, for Rev. J.A. Kelly..
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 292.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1900
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas for George Wilson.

Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324(illus?).

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, BRYANSBURN ROAD, NO. 046-48
Date: 1900
Nature: Pair of semi-detached, 2-storey, 3-bay red brick villas with half-timbered gables For Joseph Mercer.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 327.

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHCLONEY (WARINGSTOWN), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1900-01
Nature: New church replacing meeting house of of 1798.  Four bay hall of black stone with white (or yellow?) dressings;  round-headed windows. Opened 15 Sep
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 271;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 284.
 


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, TATE'S AVENUE, PRESBYTERIAN HALL
Date: 1900-01
Nature: New hall for Lower Windsor Presbyterian church. Notice of tender issued, 9 May 1900. Opened, 13 Jan 1901. Usded for worship until opening of new church on Lisburn Rd in 1924 (see CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, ULSTERVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH).  Contractor: J. & W. Stewart.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 296

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL STREET, NO. 040 (MURPHY & STEVENSON)
Date: 1900-02
Nature: New 6-storey, 14-bay warehouse, adjacent to existing buildings, for Murphy & Stevenson, linen and handkerchief makers. Red brick with sparing use of red sandstone. Elaborate main entrance with rusticated pilasters, parapet, obelisks and sculptural detail; keystone show woman symbolizing the linen industry. Mahogany and teak woodwork in offices.Contractor: W.J. Campbell & Son, Ravenhill Rd.
Refs: IB 42, 15 Jun 1900, 390; B 82, 31 May 1902, 545; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 67 (no. 152, illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 215;  
Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 255(illus.). 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, NORTHERN BANK
Date: 1900-03;1939
Nature: New branch bank. Yorkshire stone and brick; basement of red Finland granite. Fan groining of Bath stone in vestibule. Rose window with signs of the Zodiac. Opened 16 Nov 1903.Contractor: Laverty & Sons. Carving by Purdy & Millard. Design claimed by James Reid Young in Who's Who in Architecture (1923). Alts. and adds., 1939. (Demolished, 1970ca.)
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/36; IB 45, 3 Dec 1903, 3015; B 85, 28 Nov 1903, 556; Edwin D. Hill, The Northern Banking Company (1925), 45; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 121;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),91(illus.),256-7(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ISLANDMAGEE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1900-1901
Nature: New church in late Gothic style. Tenders invited Mar 1900. Opened 3 Jul 1901. Contractor: Robert Caldwell.
Refs: IB 42, 15 Apr 1900, 334; 43, 4 Jul 1901, 783; B 78, 17 Mar 1900, 278;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 176;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 283(illus.).
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Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST UNION WORKHOUSE, INFIRMARY & FEVER HOSPITAL
Date: 1900-1912;1931-32
Nature: Micellaneous works, adds. & alts.Nurses' home, 1931. For Belfast Union Board of Guardians. Various contractors.
Refs: IB 42, 14 Mar,15 Dec 1900, 308,574; 43, 15 Aug,7 Nov 1901, 831,928; 44, 16 Jan,9,23, Oct,6 Nov 1902, 1010,1438,1454,1470,1472,1476; 45, 15,29 Jan,26 Feb,7 May,4 Jun 1903, 1558,1578,1618,1750,1810; 46, 21 May 1904, 302; 47, 14,28 Jan 1905, 26,75; 49, 10 Aug 1907, 561; 50, 27 Jun 1908 405; 51, 16 Oct 1909, 661; 52, 19 Feb,5 Mar,20 Aug 1910, 118,150,531; 54, 22 Jun 1912, 379; 57, 16 Jan,14 Aug 1915, 34,367; 70, 8 Dec 1928, 1028; 71, 16 Feb,11 May 1929, 150,409; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1052; B 83, 8 Nov 1902, 430; Architect & Building News118, 1 Jul 1927, 34; 121, 14 Jun 1929, 802;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 354.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DERAMORE DRIVE, NO. 002
Date: 1900;1903
Nature: Red brick house with sandstone dressings for Burton Sefton, linen merchant, 1900. Alterations, 1903.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 48;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 328.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 006A (HUME & GRAY)
Date: 1900;1905
Nature: New auction mart & offices about to be erected, Apr 1900. Alts., 1905. Contractor for latter: James Kidd, Duncairn St, Belfast.(Demolished.)
Refs: IB 42, 15 Apr 1900, 334; 47, 30 Dec 1905, 954; 
Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 254.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1901
Nature: 4 houses for Sheils's Institution. Tenders invited, Apr 1901.
Refs: PRONI D.1898/1/38; B 80, 6 Apr 1901, 356

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, CORRY'S BUILDINGS
Date: 1901
Nature: Plans for dining and dayroom accommodation for infirm. For Belfast Board of Guardians.
Refs: IB 43, 24 Apr 1901, 703

Building: CO. ANTRIM, HARRYVILLE (BALLYMENA), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1901
Nature: New Gothic church, 85x44ft with large gallery at end of building and room for expansion at sides. Opened, 1902.
Refs: IB 43, 15 Aug 1901, 831;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 136(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, INDIANA AVENUE, HOUSES
Date: 1901
Nature: Houses in Indiana, Madison and Kansas Avenues perhaps developed by Y & M for Hon. Thomas Sinclair.  Joinery work by S. McSpadden?
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 328.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MADISON AVENUE, HOUSES
Date: 1901
Nature: Houses on Indiana, Madison and Kansas Avenues perhaps designed by Y & M for Hon. Thomas Sinclair.  Joinery: S. McSpadden?
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 328.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PARK ROAD, COOKE CENTENARY CHURCH SCHOOL
Date: 1901
Nature: New 2-storey, stone-built school.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 120(illus.),343. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, SHIEL'S INSTITUTION
Date: 1901
Nature: 4 new almshouses on site.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 345. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU ROAD (WHITEHALL), EDGAR HOME (LATER HAYPARK RESIDENTIAL HOME)
Date: 1901-02
Nature: Extensive new premises providing laundry work for prostitutes in grounds of Whitehall House.To accommodate 75 inmates,  Cost over £10,000. Contractor: Courtney & Co., Belfast.
Refs: B 82, 7 Jun 1902, 569;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 125-126(illus.),345. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOWARD STREET, NO. 052-58 (J0HN FULTON & CO.)
Date: 1901p
Nature: New 5-storey red sandstone for John Fulton & Co.on site of old House of Correction; 'to be erected' in Jun 1901. Contractor: J. Henry & Sons
Refs: B 80, 15 Jun 1901, 590; IB 43, 20 Jun,15 Aug 1901, 767,831; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 198;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 72-73(illus.), 254(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ARTHUR STREET, SHOPS & OFFICES
Date: 1902
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of block of shops and offices.
Refs: IB 44, 23 Oct,6 Nov 1902, 1452,1472; B 83, 18 Oct 1902, 356

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, CLANBRASSIL STREET (& BACHELOR'S WALK), PREMISES
Date: 1902
Nature: Tenders invited for rebuilding premises at junction of Clanbrassil St & Bachelor's Walk..
Refs: IB 44, 24 Apr,8 May 1902, 1122,1240

Building: CO. DOWN, CULTRA, HOUSE
Date: 1902
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of same. (Advertised by F.A. Heron)
Refs: B 82, 24 May 1902, 530

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 081 & 83
Date: 1902
Nature: Pair of semi-detached red-brick and roughcast houses with half-timbered gables. For William Dowling.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LOWER REGENCY STREET, NO. 001 (CARRICK HOUSE LODGING HOUSE)
Date: 1902
Nature: New? Builder: Robert Corry. Cost: £8,000.
Refs: Jones, source not given (but surely by J. Munce?)

Building: CO. DOWN, PURDYSBURN, SMALLPOX HOSPITAL
Date: 1902
Nature: New? Cost: £4,000. Contractor: Robert Corry.
Refs: Jones, source not given.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, TEMPLEPATRICK, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1902
Nature: New vestibule, floor, pews, pulpit, ceiling. Redecoration.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293.


Building: CO. DOWN, GILFORD CASTLE
Date: 1902
Nature: Gate and lodge. (Lodge unexecuted.)  For Miss Carleton, trustee of estate of Benjamin Dickson.  Ironwork by Musgrave & Co., Belfast. Builder: Richard Lutton, Portadown.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329

Building: CO. DOWN, CULTRA, THE NEST
Date: 1902
Nature: Rebuilding of existing house, for Francis Adens Heron.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST UNION OFFICES & BOARDROOM
Date: 1902
Nature: Proposed new Tudor Gothic offices.  Not executed.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 14(illus.). 

 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ARDOYNE, FIRE STATION
Date: 1902-04
Nature: New fire station. Red brick with white sandstone dressings. enders invited for erecting same, Oct 1902. Opened 27 Jul 1904. Contractor: Hutcheson Keith. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 44, 9,23 Oct 1902, 1436,1452; 46, 13 Aug 1904, 506,526; B 83, 11 Oct 1902, 332;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 355(illus.).

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, HAMILTON ROAD, DUFFERIN MEMORIAL PAROCHIAL HALL (CI)
Date: 1902-1905
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting new hall for parish church, Nov 1902. Tudor Gothic, with short square towers on either side of entrance topped by tall curved copper roofs.. FS laid by Marchioness of Dufferin, 2 Feb 1905. Cost: £3,500. Opened by Lord Primate of Church of Ireland, 23 Nov 1905. Carving by J. E. Winter from designs by T (i.e. John) Vinycomb. Contractor: James Savage, Bangor.
Refs: IB 44, ?,6,20 Nov,4 Dec 1902, 1426,1472,1486,1504; 47, 2 Dec 1905, 870; B 83, 1 Nov 1902, 404; Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 92;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 296(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GLENGORMLEY, SEWERAGE
Date: 1902-1910
Nature: Sewerage scheme for Glengormley and Whitehead. Inaugurated 4 Oct 1910. contractor: Grainger Bros., Holywood. Cost: £10,000.
Refs: IB 44, 28 Aug 1902, 1384; 52, 15 Oct 1910, 648

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KNOCKDENE PARK, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1902;1909
Nature: 2 semi-detached houses for John Blow, 1901 ( Builder: William McMillan, Strandtown. Cost: £1,325).  2 detached houses, 1909 (Builder: McKee. Cost: £750 and £675.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 328,329.

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, SULLIVAN UPPER SCHOOL
Date: 1902a
Nature: Laboratories in connection with Technical Instruction Dept. opened 23 Oct 1902. Contractor: William Millar.
Refs: B 83, 8 Nov 1902, 423;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 344. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK ROAD, MCCREA & MACFARLAND
Date: 1902ca
Nature: New 3-storey stable block. (No longer extant.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 255-256(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNMURRY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH & SCHOOL
Date: 1903
Nature: Adds.
Refs: IB 45, 4 Jun 1903, 1810; B 84, 16 May 1903, 524

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, RODEN STREET, HUGH HENRY BOYD ENDOWMENT SCHOOL
Date: 1903
Nature: New school, opened Oct 1903. Last to be erected for H.H. Boyd Endowment Trust. Contractors: McIvor Bros. (Demolished.)
Refs: B 85, 17 Oct 1903, 391.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNMURRY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1903
Nature: Enlargement with transepts and galleries. New basement, windows on either side of pulpit, ndew arch and ceiling. Tenders published , 7 May 1903.  Church reopened, Oct 1903.  Contractor: Robert Corry.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293.


Building: CO. DERRY, LIMAVADY, BROIGHTER ROAD, BROGLASCO HOUSE
Date: 1903
Nature: Detached house for Rev. William Kane, attr. to Y & M by Harron.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD, OLDPARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1903-04
Nature: New church in 'commanding position at the head of Cliftonville road'. Tudor style. Red brick with red sandstone dressings. Square tower with heavy buttresses, brick spire above. Memorial stones laid 29 Jan 1904. Opened 29 Oct 1904. Contractor: W.J. Campbell & Son. (Demolished, 2008.)
Refs: IB 45, 13 Aug 1903, 1916; 46, 12 Mar,19 Nov 1904, 158,772; B 86, 5 Mar 1904, 260;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 145(illus);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 154(illus.),284(illus.).


Building: CO. DOWN, PURDYSBURN, HOSPITAL ROAD, INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL
Date: 1903-06;1911;1924;1938-39
Nature: New hospital for Belfast Corporation. Tenders invited, Jun 1903. Opened 9 Aug 1906. Contractor: Robert Corry & Son.Tender price: £50,083. Carving by Winter & Thompson. Cost: £75,000. Tenders invited for erecting 2 pavilions and adds. to diphtheria pavilion, 1911. Contractors: H. & J. Martin, Cost: £25,000. Adds. & alts. 1924. Extension costing £230,000, 1938-39.
Refs: B 84, 20 Jun 1903, 642; IB 45, 23 Apr 1903, 1704; 48, 11 Aug,22 Sep 1906, 648,750(illus.),752(illus.),754(illus.); 52, 24 Dec 1910, 791; 53, 1 Apr,22 Jul 1911, 209,494; 66, 9 Aug 1924, 698; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1050; 80, 16 Apr 1938, 306; 81, 7 Jan,16 Sep 1939, 12,791; IA & C 1, 1 Apr 1911, 130; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 108 (no. S11, illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 102-104(illus.),350-351.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLOUGH, SHEILS' ALMSHOUSES
Date: 1903;1909;1912
Nature: Sanitary works, 1903,1909. Block of 6 additional almshouses, pump house, &c., 1912
Refs: IB 45, 26 Mar 1903, 1654; 54, 20 Jan,22 Jun,6 Jul 1912, 52,380,406; B 103, 12 Jul 1912, 60;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 345. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANNESLEY STREET, SYNAGOGUE
Date: 1904
Nature: New synagogue, 75 ft x 37 ft, to accommodate 355 men and 212 women persons. Simple treatment of the early Round-arches style has been adopted . FS laid by Lady Jaffé, Mayoress of Belfast, Feb or Mar 1904. Consecrated 31 Aug 1904. Consulting architect: Benjamin Septimus Jacobs, Hull. Contractor: James Henry & Sons. (Replaced by new synagogue in Somerton Rd, 1965.)
Refs: IB 45, 14 Jun 1903, 1814; 46, 16,30 Jan,13 Feb,12 Mar 1904, 40,86,158; B 86, 5 Mar 1904, 260; Sharman Kadish, Jewish Heritage in England(English Heritage, 2006), 205;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 121(ILLUS.),285.


Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, MAIN STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1904-1905
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting new wooden ceiling, Dec 1904.
Refs: B 87, 3 Dec 1904, 590

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYMACARRETT, FIRE STATION
Date: 1904a
Nature: New fire station. Georgian style. Red brick with Scotch sandstone dressings. Room for 3 engines with stabling for 4 horses. Opened 29 Jul 1904. Contractor: William Dowling.
Refs: IB 46, 13 Aug 1904, 506; B 87, 13 Aug 1904, 185;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 132,355.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PLACE (& FOUNTAIN STREET), CRANE & SONS
Date: 1905
Nature: New premises. Sculpture by J. Edgar Winter. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 84-85(illus.), 256.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAMELTON, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1905-07
Nature: New church to seat 782. FS laid 3 Aug 1906 by Lt Col John Campbell Fullerton. 'A big hall with a lavish Perp front' (Rowan),. . Cost approx. £5,000. (Credited to Robert Young in |Builder|obit., 9 Feb 1917, 101). Builder: Henry Laverty & Sons, Belfast.
Refs: IB 47, 12 Aug 1905, 542; 49, 23 Feb 1907, 138; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 464;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 211;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 151-152(illus.),285.



Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEABBEY, ABBEY (THE), SANATORIUM (LATER BELFAST MUNICIPAL SANATORIUM)
Date: 1905-07;1908;1911
Nature: New sanatorium in grounds of The Abbey, former residence of Sir Charles Lanyon, for Belfast Union Board of Guardians. House adapted as administrative block. four single storey pavilions and 2-story hospital block built around it. Opened 19 Sep 1907. Contractor: William Dowling. clerk of Works: Murray. Cost: £30,000. Gate lodge, piggeries, roadway, &c., 1908. Contractor: Hutchinson Keith, Glenravel St, Belfast (£2,550). New power house, 1911. (Became Belfast Municipal Sanatorium in 1914.)
Refs: IB 47, 22 Apr 1905, 258; 48, 24 Feb 1906, 130; 5 Oct,30 Nov 1907, 685,817(illus.),818(illus.),821(illus.); 50, 18 Apr 1908, 245; 51, 25 Dec 1909, 826; 52, 22 Jan,17 Sep 1910, 53,595; 53, 8 Jul 1911, 470; B 90, 24 Feb 1906, 215;N Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 351.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRUMLIN ROAD, COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Date: 1905-1907
Nature: New front containing 2 new wings extending on each side of hexastyle portico and in front of Crown and Record Courts. For Antrim Co. Council and Belfast Borough Council. Y & M 'secured the commission in a manner not beyond criticism'.Contractor: R. Corry & Co. Cost: £12,500. (Harron says cost was £14,850.)
Refs: IB 47, 12,26 Aug,23 Sep,7 Oct,18 Nov 1905, 524,594,676,685,830; 49, 6 Apr 1907, 252; B 92, 30 Mar 1907, 605; C.E.B. Brett, Court Houses and Market Houses of the Province of Ulster (UAHS, 1973), 50

Building: CO. DOWN, PURDYSBURN, MILLTOWN ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1906
Nature: Workmen's cottages. 2½ storey red brick houses with gabled dormers.  For Public Helath Committee of the County Borough of Belfast.



Refs: IB 48, 30 Jun 1906, 526;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 077 & 79
Date: 1906
Nature: Pair of semi-detached red-brick and roughcast houses with half-timbered gables. For William Dowling.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 324.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, FOUNTAINVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1906
Nature: New gallery, flooring, lighting, New glassin windows including window of Burning Bush ny Ward & Partners.  Contractor: Robert Corry.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROSEMARY STREET, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1906-07
Nature: Extension to rear to accommodate organ.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 277;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),293.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD (& ANTRIM ROAD), JAFFÉ MEMORIAL SCHOOL
Date: 1906-07
Nature: New school. Entire cost borne by Sir Otto Jaffé. Tenders invited, Jun 1906. Opened by Dowager Marchioness of Dufferin & Ava, Mar 1907. Contractor: Courtney & Co. (Demolished.)
Refs: B 90, 23 Jun 1906, 710; IB 49, 23 Mar 1907, 212; 74th Report of the National Education Commissioners in Ireland (1907/8), 121(illus.),130.

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1907
Nature: Tenders invited for carrying out alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 49, 4 May 1907, 324

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MOUNTPOTTINGER, UNITARIAN CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL
Date: 1907
Nature: New school premises have been erected in connection with Mountpottinger Unitarian Church. Scrabo stone. Contractor: Hutchinson Keith.
Refs: B 91, 24 Nov 1906, 608

Building: CO. ANTRIM, JORDANSTOWN, WATER SUPPLY
Date: 1907
Nature: Increased storage and additional water supply for Jordanstown and Whiteabbey. For Belfast RDC.
Refs: IB 49, 24 Aug 1907, 606

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEABBEY, WATER SUPPLY
Date: 1907
Nature: Increased storage and additional water supply for Jordanstown and Whiteabbey. For Belfast RDC.
Refs: IB 49, 24 Aug 1907, 606

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, DUFFERIN CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Date: 1907-09;1932
Nature: New 3-storey children's infirmary containing 8 wards for 200 children, for Belfast Board of Guardians. Opened 23 Jun 1909 by Lady Hermione Blackwood. Contractor: William Dowling, Cromwell Rd (£8,475). Alts., new offices, 1914. Operating theatre, 1916. Extensions to be made at cost of £27,000, 1929.  Ava Hospital Wing, 1932. Cost: £31,000
Refs: IB 49, 4 May,15,29 Jun,13 Jul 1907, 324,425,457,490; 51, 12 Jun 1909, 373; 56, 20 Jun 1914, 391; 58, 8 Apr 1916, 165; 71, 16 Feb,14 Sep,23 Nov 1929, 150,826,1057; Building News 96, 25 Jun 1909, 943; Architect & Building News 122, 20 Sep 1929, 362;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 104,351, 230-231(illus.),352-3.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 075
Date: 1908
Nature: Detached red brick and roughcast villa, with half timbering on attic, for William Dowling
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRANMORE PARK, NO. 051 (INCHMARLO)
Date: 1908
Nature: Adds.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 46

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BROADWAY (& FALLS ROAD), PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1908
Nature: New manse, for Rev. J.W. Gibson.  Contractors: McIntyre Bros.  Cost: £860. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329.

Building: CO. TYRONE, NEWTOWNSTEWART, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1908-10
Nature: New church on site of 1st Presbyterian Church of 1804. Gothic. Hall & tower with short spire. Designed by Robert Young. Tenders invited Sep 1908. Dedicated early 1910 by Rev. Dr McIlveen, ex-Moderator of the General Assembly. Contractor: Hutchinson Keith, Glenravel St, Belfast.. Stone carving: Begley, Omagh
Refs: IB 50, 19 Sep,31 Oct 1908, 579,672; 52, 5 Mar 1910, 150; obit. of Robert Young in B, 9 Feb 1917, 101; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 442;  illus. in Newtownstewart Presbyterian Church http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tyrone/photos/churches/ch-newtownstewart-pres.html (last visited 26 Nov 2008);  also illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 203;  IB 51, 6 Mar,3 Apr 1909, 146,209;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 152(illus.), 286.                                                             


Building: CO. TYRONE, BRIGH (STEWARTSTOWN), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1908-1909
Nature: New church in Early Gothic style. Cement walls with concrete dressings. Memorial stone laid Mar 1909. Completed by Oct 1909. 3 memorial windows by Ward & Partners. Contractor: William Dowling, Belfast. Cost: £1,700.
Refs: IB 50, 17,31 Oct 1908, 640,672; 51, 6 Mar,3 Apr,2 Oct 1909, 146,209,626;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 184(illus.),285.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FOUNTAIN STREET (& CASTLE STREET), WM. COATES & SON
Date: 1908;1911;1923
Nature: New offices, workshops & stores 'about to be erected', 1908. Tenders invited for erection of shops and offices, 1911. Tender of Thornbury Bros.(£15,000) accepted. Conversion of workshop into shop & offices, 1923. (Demolished.) 
Refs: IB 50, 13 Jun 1908, 373; 52, 15 Oct 1910, 643; 53, 21 Jan,18 Mar 1911, 52,177; 65, 16 Jun 1923, 464; IA & C 1, 4 Feb,25 Mar 1911,28, 116;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 245.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEABBEY, AUXILIARY WORKHOUSE
Date: 1908;1912
Nature: Tenders invited for sinking artesian well and other works, 1908. Alts. to dwelling house, 1912. For Belfast Board of Guardians.
Refs: IB 50, 18 Apr 1908, 245; 54, 3 Aug 1912, 458

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FRUITHILL PARK, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1909
Nature:  2 semi-detached villas. Tenders invited, Feb 1909.
Refs: IB 51, 6 Feb 1909, 82;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1909
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas. Tenders invited, Feb 1909.
Refs: IB 51, 6 Feb 1909, 82;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT VICTORIA STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1909
Nature: Improvements and renovation have been carried out. Contractor: T. & W. Lowry.
Refs: IB 51, 26 Jun 1909, 405; B 97, 3 Jul 1909, 21

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ALLIANCE AVENUE, OLDPARK PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1909
Nature: New manse29. Tenders invited for erection of same, Aug 1909.
Refs: IB 51, 21 Aug 1909, 533;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 071 (MELLIFONT)
Date: 1909
Nature: 2-storey red brick villa.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 329.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE PARK, NO. 073
Date: 1909
Nature: Detached red brick and roughcast villa, with half timbering on attic, for William Dowling
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 148;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 217(illus.),324.

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, RANFURLY AVENUE, HOUSE
Date: 1909
Nature: House for T. Hunter.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTON STREET (& STANHOPE STREET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1909-1910
Nature: Tenders invited for construction of new roof and ceiling and for alts. to attached school house.
Refs: IB 51, 11 Dec 1909, 787; 52, 8 Jan 1910, 21

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, CASTLE STREET, HOSPITAL
Date: 1909-1910;1925
Nature: New neo-Georgian cottage hospital with wards on ground floor and staff accommodation above. FS laid 9 Dec 1809 by Miss Connor. Opened 1 Oct 1910. Contractor: J. & R. Thompson. Adds. & alts., 1925. Contractor: William Dowling (£3,150).
Refs: IB 51, 29 May,26 Jun,18 Sep,13 Nov,25 Dec 1909, 341,405,598,725,817; 52, 15 Oct 1910, 643; 67, 19 Sep,17 Oct 1925, 778, 861; Building News96, 28 May 1909, 791; B, 25 Dec 1909, 702; Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 20;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 104-5(illus.), 351.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WOODVALE ROAD, WOODVALE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE
Date: 1910
Nature: New manse. Tenders invited, May 1910.
Refs: B 98, 21 May 1910, 594;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHANKILL ROAD, NO. 236A (ARGYLE PLACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH)
Date: 1910-11
Nature: New church on site of church of 1864. Gothic. Contractor: Courtney & Co., Shaftesbury Ave. Electrical installation, 1911.
Refs: IB 52, 9 Jul,19 Aug,15 Oct 1910, 443,566,643; IA & C 1, 28 Jan 1911, 2;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 153,286(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OSBORNE GARDENS, NO. 008
Date: 1910;1912
Nature: Queen Anne Revival red brick house. Semi-circular canopy over doorway added 1912.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 147;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 330.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLOUGH, HOUSE
Date: 1911
Nature: New house for Mr S.H. Simons. Tender of James A. Gordon & Sons, Newtownards, accepted.
Refs: B 99, 29 Oct 1910, 533; IB 53, 1 Apr 1911, 210

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, VICTORIA STREET (& WOODVALE STREET), FACTORY (JOHNSTON ALLEN & CO.)
Date: 1911
Nature: Y & M preparing plans for futher extension of factory premises.Tender of McAuley& McIlroy (£1,350) accepted.
Refs: IB 53, 1 Apr,24 Jun 1911, 209,430; IA & C 1, 8 Apr 1911, 145

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, HOUSE
Date: 1911
Nature: New house for Thomas Johnston in Lurgan Demesne. Tender of McAuley & McIlroy, Belfast (£3,000) accepted.
Refs: IB 53, 24 Jun 1911, 430

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CORNMARKET, FORSTER GREEN & CO.
Date: 1911
Nature: Alts. Tender of Courtney & Co. accepted.
Refs: IB 53, 8 Jul 1911, 462

Building: CO. DOWN, OWENCORK, BELFAST FLAX & JUTE CO.
Date: 1911
Nature: Adds. to mills. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: IB 53, 1 Apr 1911, 210

Building: CO. CORK, GARINISH (OR GARNISH) ISLAND (GLENGARRIFF)
Date: 1911
Nature: Proposed large residence, boat harbour, boat slip, &c. For John Annan Bryce. Contractor: Robert Kelly, Bantry. (House not built)
Refs: IB 52, 15 Apr 1911, 229

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEHOUSE, SEWERAGE OUTFALL WORKS
Date: 1911
Nature: Tenders to be invited for caretaker's house, add. to engine room, &c. For Belfast RDC.
Refs: IB 53, 18 Feb 1911, 114; IA & C 1, 4 Mar 1911, 74

Building: CO. ANTRIM, JORDANSTOWN
Date: 1911
Nature: Proposed improvement scheme.
Refs: IA & C 1, 22 apr 1911, 172

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHADEE, PRESBYTERIAN (1ST) HALL
Date: 1911
Nature: New hall on site of previous one. Opened, 19 Oct 1911.  Contractor: Paisley & Som. Newtownards.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 297.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HEMSWORTH STREET, NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1911;1915-16
Nature: Plans being prepared for new school to replace Hemsworth St Schools which were demolished, 1911. To be erected, 1915..
Refs: IB 53, 11 Nov 1911, 757; 55, 11 Oct 1913, 656; 57, 13 Feb 1915, 81; 58, 15 Jan 1916, 33

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, TANDRAGEE ROAD, FACTORY (W.F.B. BAIRD & CO.)
Date: 1912
Nature: New linen weaving factory. Tender of William Dowling, Belfast, accepted. (Demolished, apart from chimney stack.)
Refs: IB 54, 16 Mar,25 May 1912, 172,321; Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 257.

Building: CO. TYRONE, DUNGANNON, OAKS ROAD, SHEILS' ALMSHOUSES
Date: 1912
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of block of houses and laundry adjacent to present buildings. For Governors of Charles Sheils' Institution, Dungannon. Contractor: P. Martin, Ann St, Dungannon.
Refs: IB 54, 20 Jan,16 Mar 1912, 51,172; R.W. Oram & P.J. Rankin, Historic Buildings in…Dungannon & Cookstown (UAHS, 1971), 19;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 345.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH STREET, NO. 045-47 (WILLIAM DOBBIN & CO.)
Date: 1912
Nature: Renovated 4-storey, 3-bay premises in newly widened lower part of North St at corner of Long Lane. For William Dobbin & Co., wholesale grocers' druggists and drysalters. New front with fluted pilasters rising through upper storeys, balustraded parapet and segmental pediment containing 'conspicuous "Dobbin's" electric sign'. General contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. (Demolished c.1991)
Refs: IB 55, 4 Jan 1913, 24(illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 247;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 85(illus.), 256.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WELLINGTON PLACE, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Date: 1912-1913
Nature: Y & M supervising architects for erection of new office designed by Paul Waterhouse.
Refs: RA 1913, no. 1604; IB 54, 3,31 Aug 1912, 458,509; 55, 22 Nov 1913, 743; 57, 17 Jul 1915, 325; Building News 104, 13 Jun 1913, 821(illus.); C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 75;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 259.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHICHESTER STREET, NO. 040 (GRAY & MACDOWELL)
Date: 1913
Nature: Premises reconstructed and improved as an auction mart for W.P. Gray & MacDowell Ltd. Contractor: James Lees, Great George's St. (Demolished in 1980s.)
Refs: IB 55, 7 Jun 1913, 383

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LORD STREET, NO. 010 (BELFAST CITY MISSION HALL)
Date: 1913
Nature: New hall for Belfast City Mission in simple Georgian style. Gift of Joseph Cuthbert, Mount Donard. Opened late 1913. Cost: £800. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 55, 8 Nov 1913, 713

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, NORTH STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1913
Nature: New organ chanmber at rear and new organ case, new pulpit, and choir seats.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293

Building: CO. DOWN, COMBER, THOMAS ANDREWS JUNIOR MEMORIAL HALL
Date: 1913-14
Nature: New hall built as memorial to Thomas Andrews, jr, chief designer of Titanic at Harland & Wolff 's shipyard. Tender of Courtney & Co., Belfast, accepted. Completed, 1914, and opened by Mrs Andrews, 1915.  Carvings on front elevation by Rosamond Praeger.
Refs: Architect's copy of estimate for building same, Jun 1913, in PRONI, D2194/2/2 (see PRONI e-catalogue); IB 55, 5 Jul,11 Oct 1913, 444,656;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 25(illus.),131(illus.),349.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GROSVENOR ROAD, ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL
Date: 1913-1915;1923-26;1929-1940;1953
Nature: King Edward Memorial Wing. Contract awarded to McLaughlin & Harvey, 1913. Completed May 1915. Gate lodge, 1923. Extensions, including North (Musgrave) Wing, mortuary, &c. 1923-1926, opened 20 Oct 1926.  (McLaughlin & Harvey). Maternity hospital, 1929-1932 (McLaughlin & harvey. Cost: £125,000). Pathology School, 1931-33 (F.B. McKee & Co.) Nurses' home, 1934. Private patients' pavilion (Musgrave Pavilion), 1934-38. Add. to maternity hospital and isolation block, 1937. Gateway, 1940. Quin House neurology and neurosurgery dept., 1953 (demolished).
Refs: IB 55, 16 Aug,8 Nov 1913, 533,716; 57, 3 Jul 1915, 308; 65, 16 Jun,11 Aug 1923, 464,620; 66, 28 Jun 1924, 577; 67, 3 Oct 1925, 809; 68, 30 Oct 1926(illus.); 72, 4 Jan 1930, 19; 73, 14 Mar,25 Apr,20 Jun 1931, 230,360a,558; 74, 27 Feb,26 Mar,18 Jun,19 Nov 1932, 194,303,568,1050; 75, 29 Jul 1933, 636(illus.); 76, 16 Jun,8 Sep,6 Oct 1934, 517,770,865; 77, 9 Mar 1935, 206; 78, 8 Aug,31 Oct 1936, 710,990; 79, 4 Sep,2,30 Oct 1937, 797,882,966; 80, 19 Feb.15 Oct 1938, 130,150,874; 81, 5 Aug 1939, 678; 82, 2 Mar,25 May 1940, 146,350; Building News 105, 10 Oct 1913, 529; Building News 105, 22 Aug 1913, 275; Architect & Building News 121, 18 Jan 1929, 127; 126, 19 Jun 1931, 414; 127, 10 Jul 1931, 57; 75, 25 Mar 1933, 247; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 67 (no. 151, illus.); Richard Clarke, The Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast: a history, 1797-1997 (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1997), 89(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 105(illus.),228(illus.),231-2(illus.),351-2,353,354. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNMONEY, CEMETERY
Date: 1914
Nature: Works at same.
Refs: IB 56, 31 Jan 1914, 76

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MAY STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1914
Nature: Organ chamber and other imps. contractor: William Dowling.
Refs: IB 56, 14 Mar,11 Apr 1914, 168,232;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293.


Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, COLLEGE AVENUE, BANGOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Date: 1914
Nature: Headmaster's house (Crosby House).
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 56;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 343. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, DUNCAIRN PRESBYTERIAN HALL (SINCLAIR MEMORIAL)
Date: 1915
Nature: New hall facing Antrim Road. Decorated and Tudor Gothic.  Opened10 Dec 1915. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. Cost: £5,500.
Refs: IB 57, 8 May,18 Dec 1915, 221, 545;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 17(illus.),294,297(illus.)


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, OLD LODGE ROAD, GETTY SCHOOLS
Date: 1915
Nature: New schools in association with Clifton Street Presbyterian congregation. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 343.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, LEGNACRIEVE (CLONTIBRET), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1916
Nature: New church. Tenders received for erecting same, May 1916
Refs: IB 58, 13 May 1916, 200;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 283;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  286 (exterior illus. in National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=MO&regno=41401408 (last visited, May 2017).


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOWARD STREET (& BEDFORD STREET), WILLIAM MONTGOMERY & SONS
Date: 1916-17
Nature: Alts. & adds. consisting of remodelling of existing building and transformation of elevations by cement plaster in Georgian style. Ground floor converted into shops, upper floors offices. Contractor: William Dowling.
Refs: IB 58, 11 Nov 1916, 559; 59, 12 May,7 Jul 1917, 235,340

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DURHAM STREET, NO. 089 (CENTRAL TUBERCULOSIS INSTITUTE)
Date: 1916-18
Nature: New 2-storey red brick building with red sandstone dressings and central gable. Tenders invited Aug 1916. Completed by June 1918. Contractor: Mssrs McIntyre, Carrington St, Belfast (£4,000).
Refs: IB 58, 2 Sep,28 Oct,11 Nov 1916, 427,535,559; 60, 22 Jun 1918, 326; B 111, 25 Aug 1916, 118; Building News 111, 1 Nov 1916, 434; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 141;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 227(illus),352

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNMONEY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1920
Nature: New organ chamber.
Refs: IB 62, 24 Apr 1920, 305;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 293.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Date: 1920
Nature: Y & M instructed to prepare sketch plan for construction of hospital under Child Welfare Scheme.
Refs: IB 62, 24 Apr 1920, 305

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD, NO. 005-017 (BELFAST ROYAL ACADEMY)
Date: 1921
Nature: War memorial. winged figures of faith and fortitude carved by Rosamond Praeger.  Entablature and pediment carved by J. Edgar Winter.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 360(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, NORTH STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1921
Nature: War memorial in form of Portland stone circular drum with Doric pilasters in front of church. Demolished 1955 when War Memorial Hall was built on site. Bronze plaques with names of dead resited.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 360(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOWARD STREET, NO. 042-50 (PRESBYTERIAN WAR MEMORIAL HOSTEL)
Date: 1922-1926
Nature: 7-storey sandstone block containing 250 bedrooms on corner of Brunswick St. FS laid 23 May 1923 by Earl Beatty, 1st Lord of the Admiralty. Opened 9 Jun 1926 by Mrs Frank Workman. Early Georgian in style. Level roof suitable for recreational purposes. Cost of building alone:£50,000.Total cost:: £76,000. Contractors: W.J. Campbell & Son (piles & foundations); F.B. McKee & Co. (superstructure). Design claimed by James Reid Young in Who's Who in Architecture (1923). (Extended 1963)
Refs: IB 64, 29 Jul 1922, 528; 65, 21 Apr,2,16 Jun 1923, 298,416,424,469; 67, 30 May 1925, 442; 68, 12 Jun 1926, 462; 760, 12 Mar 1928, 396(illus.); 71, 2 Mar 1929, 190; 72, 18 Jan 1930, 59; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1052; Building News 124, 8 Jun 1923, 696;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 228-229(illus.),345-6. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, ABERCORN CANCER & OBSERVATION HOSPITAL
Date: 1923-25
Nature: New cancer hospital in grounds of Union Workhouse for Belfast Board of Guardians.. FS laid 24 May 1923 by Duchess of Abercorn. Opened by Lady Craig, 23 May 1924. Contractor: William Dowling, Cromwell Rd, Belfast.
Refs: IB 65, 10 Feb,2 Jun 1923, 102,424;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 227, 352.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY TERRACE, HOUSE
Date: 1924
Nature: Adds. to villa.
Refs: IB 66, 23 Feb 1924, 149

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SALISBURY AVENUE, HOUSES (008)
Date: 1924
Nature: 8 new villas. Contractor: D. McCune.
Refs: IB 66, 23 Feb 1924, 149;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 331.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FOUNTAIN STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1924
Nature: Alts., for Governors of Belfast Library.
Refs: IB 66, 3 May 1924, 398

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD, PREMISES
Date: 1924
Nature: Fire escape.
Refs: IB 66, 14 Jun 1924, 533

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYGOMARTIN ROAD, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1924
Nature: 4 new villas.
Refs: IB 66, 8 Mar 1924, 193;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 331.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GROSVENOR ROAD, WORKSHOP
Date: 1925
Nature: New?
Refs: IB 67, 31 Oct 1925, 893

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, DOWNSHIRE ROAD, STEWART MEMORIAL HOME FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN
Date: 1925-26
Nature: New steel-frame sun parlour with Vitaglass windows. Contractors: D. McCune & Son. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 67, 30 May 1925, 442;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  346.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GLASGOW STREET, MILLER'S ASTROPLAX LTD
Date: 1926
Nature: Works at same. Plans approved by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 68, 6 Mar 1926, 178

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENGORMLEY, HOUSE
Date: 1926
Nature: New bungalow for Councillor J.E. Hall, JP.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 332.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRUMLIN ROAD, MATER INFIRMORUM HOSPITAL
Date: 1926-1934
Nature: Additions to W; new extern department. Contractor: P. & F. McDonnell, Fallswater Dr, Belfast.
Refs: IB 72, 27 Sep 1930, 868; 75, 7 Oct 1933, 862; 76, 28 Jul,22 Sep 1934, 626,802; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 58 (no. 136);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 231(illus.),353

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GROSVENOR ROAD, NO. 014-26 (GROSVENOR HALL)
Date: 1926-27
Nature: New hall on site of old one for Grosvenor Hall Mission. Old hall demolished, Jan 1926. Already 'well advanced' when memorial stones laid, 19 Nov 1926. Officially opened, 22 Sep 1927. Large hall to seat 1,800 entered from Grosvenor Rd; Minor Hall (Ker Memorial Hall) to seat 500 children entered from Glengall St. 4 shops on ground floor Offices on upper floors. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. (Demolished.)
Refs: IB 68, 9 Jan,30 Oct,27 Nov,25 Dec 1926, 18,822,888,956; 69, 17 Sep,1 Oct 1927, 692,718(illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 158,178;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 230(illus.),349.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BEDFORD STREET, NO. 058-60 WAREHOUSE (GRIBBON)
Date: 1927
Nature: Alts. to premises , for Gribbon Bros. Plans approved by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 69, 1 Oct 1927, 729

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MAY STREET, DAIRY SUPPLY CO.
Date: 1927
Nature: Alts. and adds. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 69, 24 Dec 1927, 953

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, WAVENEY HOSPITAL
Date: 1927
Nature: New wing.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 354, citing Belfast Newsletter, 19 May 1927..

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMENA, BALLYMONEY ROAD, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (WEST CHURCH)
Date: 1927-28
Nature: Rebuilding after destruction by fire with allowance made for integrated church hall. Contractor: Mssrs. Dowling, Belfast. Cost: £19,500.
Refs: IB 69, 19 Mar 1927, 201; W.D. Girvan, R. Oram, A. Rowan, Historic Buildings…in Antrim & Ballymena (UAHS, 1969), 16 (no. 4);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225,293.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CALLENDER STREET, NORMAN LTD.
Date: 1927-28
Nature: Alts. & adds. for Norman's Ltd, men's clothier. Plans approved by City Surveyor, Jun 1927. Contractor: F.B. McKee & Co. (No longer extant.)
Refs: IB 69, 11 Jun 1927, 435;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),257

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK ROAD (& CASTLETON AVENUE), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL (KNOWLES MEMORIAL)
Date: 1927-28
Nature: New 2-storey hall adjoining church with ground-floor classrooms and lecture ahll to seat 500 above. Tender notice, 24 Jun 1927. Opened, Mar or Apr 1928.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 297.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY SQUARE, HOUSE
Date: 1928
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 70, 28 Apr 1928, 372

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE PARK EAST, HOUSE
Date: 1928
Nature: Addition.
Refs: IB 70, 21 Jan 1928, 69,372

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT VICTORIA STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1928
Nature: Alts.
Refs: IB 70, 10 Nov 1928, 964

Building: ENGLAND, CATTERICK CAMP, YORKSHIRE, SANDES SOLDIERS' HOME
Date: 1928
Nature: 2-storey, steel-frame building , brick-faced building, erected at the request of Gebneral Harrington. Contractors: McLaughlin & Harvey. Cost: £560,000. Ornamental ironwork by Musgrave & Co., Belfast.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 230(illus.),346(illus.). 

Building: CO. DOWN, MILLISLE, TEMPLEPATRICK HOUSE, BELFAST CENTRAL MISSION HOLIDAY HOME
Date: 1928
Nature: Adaptation of Templepatrick House for childrens' holiday purposes.  Gift of Hugh Turtle, director of McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 347. 

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWTOWNARDS, ARDS DISTRICT HOSPITAL
Date: 1928-1932
Nature: Conversion of workhouse into district hospital. Opened 30 Mar 1932. Consulting engineer: F.W. Parkinson, Belfast. Clerk of Works: Robert Harris. General contractor: McAuley, McIlroy & Co., Windsor Building Works, Belfast.
Refs: IB 70, 22 Dec 1928, 1070; 72, 4 Jan 1930, 19; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1050; Building News 121, 24 May 1929, 691;  Paul Harron, Architect s of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 231,353.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HOWARD STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1928-29
Nature: Alts.
Refs: IB 70, 24 Nov 1928, 1003; 71, 30 Mar 1929, 280

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL SQUARE, CITY HALL, WAR MEMORIAL CENOTAPH & GARDEN
Date: 1928-29
Nature: Y & M provide detailed final design for garden surrounding cenotaph (designed by Alfred Brumwell Thomas).  Opening ceremony, 11 Nov 1929.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 18(illus.),361(illus.), citing Paul Larmour, Belfast City Hall: an architectural history (UAHS, 2010), 148-151.171.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD (& SKEGONIEL AVE), SHOPS (012) & STORES
Date: 1929
Nature: New. (Garage & WCs at rear, 1930?)
Refs: IB 71, 8 Jun 1929, 533; 72, 1 Mar 1930, 200

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BROUGHSHANE, PRESBYTERIAN (1ST) HALL
Date: 1929
Nature: Rebuilding and remodelling of lecture hall (at right angles to church). Single storey with Palladian window in gable. Contractor: J. Carson & Sons, Ballymena. Cost of hall and refurbishment of church: £11,000.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 298(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BROUGHSHANE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1929-1930
Nature: Reconstruction, retaining and raising walls of original church. Remodelling of interior.  to seat 700. New organ and 2 stined glass wiindows. Reopened 29 Jul 1931. Contractor: John Carson, Ballymena.
Refs: W.D. Girvan, R. Oram, A. Rowan, Historic Buildings…in Antrim & Ballymena (UAHS, 1969), 31;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225,293.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CLIFTONVILLE ROAD, NO. 005-017 (BELFAST ROYAL ACADEMY)
Date: 1929-1930;1932
Nature: New wing, 1929.(Contractor: F.B. McKee & Co.) Shed, 1932
Refs: IB 71, 11 May,3 Aug 1929, 418,704; 74, 16 Jan 1932, 69;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),  338,360(illus.). 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ALFRED STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1930
Nature: Boiler house.
Refs: IB 72, 1 Mar 1930, 200

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE PARK EAST, HOUSE
Date: 1930
Nature: Adds.
Refs: IB 72, 30 Aug 1930, 771

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE PARK EAST, HOUSE
Date: 1930
Nature: Addition.
Refs: IB 72, 30 Aug 1930, 771

Building: CO. DOWN, MILLISLE ,CHILDHAVEN HOLIDAY HOME AND ORPHANAGE
Date: 1930
Nature: New holiday home and orphanage for Belfast Central Mission.  Gift of Hugh Turtle, director of Mclaughlin & Harvey. Opened by Mrs Harry M<ulholland, 24 May 1930. Contractors; McLaughlin & Harvey. (Demolished.)
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 347(illus.). 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FOUNTAINVILLE AVENUE, GREAT VICTORIA STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LECTURE HALL
Date: 1931-32
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 73, 20 Jun 1931, 557 (but cf. p.513 (6 Jun) which says that John Macgeagh is preparing plans for building hall.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLEREAGH ROAD, NO. 162? (MCCAW, STEVENSON & ORR LTD).
Date: 1932
Nature: Plans passed for 'drainage to houses and stabling in yard' for McCaw, Stevenson & Orr Ltd, printers.
Refs: IB 74, 12 Mar 1932, 252

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FOUNTAIN STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1932
Nature: Alts., for J. Dowling & Son. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 74, 9 Apr,21 May 1932, 347,480

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE SQUARE NORTH, NO. 038 (WHITLA MEDICAL INSTITUTE)
Date: 1932
Nature: Adds. for Trustees of Institute. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 74, 10 Sep 1932, 818

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISMOYNE PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1932
Nature: New flat-roofed Modernist house, for D. McCune & Son, builders. Plans passed by City Surveyor, Sep 1932.. first Modernist house in Belfast.
Refs: IB 74, 10 Sep 1932, 818;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 224(illus..),332(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BRIDGE STREET, NO. 012-16 (ARNOTT)
Date: 1932
Nature: Lift well, for J. Arnott & Co., drapers sand outfitters.. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 74, 24 Sep 1932, 864

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, SHOPS
Date: 1932
Nature: Block of shops with fronts of green glazed bricks.
Refs: IB 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1050

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1932
Nature: New house, for D. McCune & Son. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 74, 3 Dec 1932, 1091

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1932
Nature: Adds. to house, for T.H. Dunlop. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 75, 11 Mar 1933, 200

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD (NEW STREET OFF), HOUSE
Date: 1933
Nature: New house, for D. McCune & Son. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 75, 22 Apr 1933, 342

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD (NEW STREET OFF), HOUSE
Date: 1933
Nature: Adds., for D. McCune & Son. Plans passed by City Surveyor.
Refs: IB 75, 1 Jul 1933, 566

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST UNION INFIRMARY, JUBILEE MATERNITY & GYNAECOLOGICAL HOSPITAL
Date: 1933
Nature: New flat-roofed, 4-storey, 133-bed hospital with tower. Rustic brick with Portland stone dressings. Tenders invited, Sep 1933. Opened by Duchess of Abercorn, 31 May 1935.  Contractors: F.B. McKee & Co. Cost: £54,000. (Demolished, 2005.)
Refs: IB 75, 9 Sep 1933, 782;   Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 232-3(illus.),354.

Building: CO. DOWN, SILENT VALLEY RESERVOIR & WATER SUPPLY SCHEME
Date: 1933
Nature: Water superintendent's house and offices.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016),

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, TEMPO ROAD, COUNTY HOSPITAL
Date: 1934
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 76, 21 Apr 1934, 354;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 354.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL STREET (& FRANKLIN STREET), PREMISES
Date: 1934
Nature: Alts.
Refs: IB 76, 10 Mar 1934, 202

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, ABBEY STREET, COUNTY INFIRMARY
Date: 1934
Nature: Improvement and extension. New L-shaped surgeon's house.
Refs: IB 76, 22 Sep 1934, 818;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013),  125;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 355


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD (NEAR), RECREATION HUT
Date: 1934
Nature: Conversion of stables into recreation hut for Belfast Royal Academy.
Refs: IB 76, 3 Nov 1934, 951

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MUCKAMORE, LOAN-ENDS, HOUSE
Date: 1934-1935
Nature: New house, for David Bell.
Refs: IB 76, 25 Aug 1934, 722;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 332.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WOODSTOCK ROAD, HOUSES (003)
Date: 1935
Nature: 3 new houses.
Refs: IB 77, 30 Nov 1935, 1109;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 332.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, SHOWROOMS & STORES
Date: 1935
Nature: New?
Refs: IB 77, 4 May 1935, 381

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHORE ROAD, SEAVIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL
Date: 1935-36
Nature: New hall. Brick, with flat reinforced concrete roof. Conntractor: J. & R. Thompson, Belfast.
Refs: IB 77, 14 Dec 1935, 1154; 78, 7 Mar 1936, 212;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE, NO. 017-21 (FOUNTAIN HOUSE)
Date: 1935-37
Nature: 5-storey Portland stone block of shops, showrooms and offices on corner of Fountain Lane.
Refs: IB 77, 5 Sep,19 Oct,16 Nov 1935, 799,946,962,1065; 78, 11 Jul 1936, 615; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993),103;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 84-85(illus.), 222(illus.),257.

Building: CO. TYRONE, OMAGH, COUNTY HOSPITAL
Date: 1936
Nature: Works at same?
Refs: IB 78, 25 Jul 1936, 666

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1936
Nature: Addition.
Refs: IB 78, 2 May 1936, 389

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, AMELIA STREET, PREMISES
Date: 1936
Nature: Reconstruction after fire.
Refs: IB 78, 4 Apr 1936, 297

Building: CO. DOWN, EDENDERRY, TERRACE HILL
Date: 1936
Nature: New houise in asymmetrical Neo-Georgian style, replacing earlier house on site. . For Robinson (of Robinson & Cleaver) family?
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 332-3

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTRUSH, BALLYKEEL BEG HOUSE
Date: 1936
Nature: New house for Mr & Mrs Eustace Stanley Dashwood.
Refs: Perspective view, 1936, repr. in Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 235.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINETAVERN STREET, SHOPS (003)
Date: 1937
Nature: New?
Refs: IB 79, 20 Feb 1937, 170

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREENVIEW PARK, HOUSE(S)
Date: 1937
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 79, 10 Jul 1937, 630; 80, 16,30 Apr 1938, 322,366

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UPPER MALONE ROAD, HOUSE
Date: 1937
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 79, 27 Nov 1937, 630,1054

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISMOYNE PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1937
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 79, 6,20 Feb 1937, 126,170

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISMOYNE PARK, HOUSES
Date: 1937
Nature: New houses.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 333.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, NORMAN MCNAUGTON & SONS
Date: 1937-38
Nature: New concrete showrooms and stores for McNaughton & Sons, cement merchants and builders' suppliers. (Demolished.).
Refs: IB 79, 27 Nov 1937, 1054;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 84-85(illus.), 257.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UNIVERSITY SQUARE, HOUSE
Date: 1938
Nature: Addition.
Refs: IB 80, 24 Dec 1938, 1077

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BRIDGE STREET, ATHLETIC STORES LTD.
Date: 1938
Nature: Alts. & adds. to premises
Refs: IB 80, 22 Jan 1938, 73

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, ST JAMES'S PARISH HALL
Date: 1938
Nature: New hall, for Select Vestry of St James's Church (CI). Contractor: F.B. McKee & Co.Cost: £3000.
Refs: IB 80, 24 Dec 1938, 1077;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 298.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, TOWNSEND STREET, HOSTEL
Date: 1938
Nature: Alts. for Royal Victoria Hospital.
Refs: IB 80, 19 Mar 1938, 241

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREENVIEW PARK, HOUSEYOUNG
Date: 1938
Nature: New house.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 333.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, OFFICE
Date: 1939
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 81, 1 Apr 1939, 280

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHAFTESBURY SQUARE, PREMISES
Date: 1939
Nature: Cover over of yard.
Refs: IB 81, 13 May 1939, 410

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BROOMHILL PARK CENTRAL, HOUSE
Date: 1939
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 81, 29 Apr 1939, 368

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BROOMHILL PARK, HOUSE
Date: 1939
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 81, 29 Apr 1939, 368;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 333.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LINEN HALL ST?, PREMISES
Date: 1939
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: IB 81, 27 May 1939, 462

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHORE ROAD, SEAVIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1940
Nature: New red brick, Tudor Gothic church at righ angle to hall..  Foundation stones laid, 30 Sep 1939.  Opened 5 Oct 1940. Contractor: T. & J. Whiteside, Belfast.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 146(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225-226(illus.),287.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SHORE ROAD, SEAVIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1940
Nature: New red brick, Tudor Gothic church at righ angle to hall..  Foundation stones laid, 30 Sep 1939.  Opened 5 Oct 1940. Contractor: T. & J. Whiteside, Belfast.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 146(illus.);  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225-226(illus.),287.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, CITY HOSPITAL
Date: 1953
Nature: Maternity unit (Gardner Robb House) in former infectious diseases block. Cost of conversion £42,000.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 233(illus.),354.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROSEMARY STREET, NO. 015, MASONIC HALL
Date: 1953-1955
Nature: New Grand Lodge of the Province of Antrim on site of 3rd Presbyterian Church. Neo-Georgian, 4-storey. Building about to start in Feb 1953.Opened 1956. Contractors: Stewart & Partners. Mural by John Luke.
Refs: IB 95, 18 Feb 1953, 209; 98, 15 Dec 1956, 1135; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 276;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 224-225,233-235(illus.),349.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ANTRIM ROAD, ST JAMES'S CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1954
Nature: Rebuilding and refurbishing after church had been substantially damaged in 1941 air raid.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225,293-4.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SPRINGFIELD ROAD, NO. 363, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1954-55
Nature: New church and hall. FS laid 15 May 1954.  Opened, 17 Sep 1955. Cost: 23,000.
Refs: IB 96, 22 May 1954, 503;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 226, 288.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD, ROSEMARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1956
Nature: New church, brick with largwe square tower. Cost: £100,000.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 225-226(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CAVEHILL ROAD, NO. 092-114 (CAVEHILL METHODIST CHURCH)
Date: 1957
Nature: New church, 'possessing a certain Scandinavian air'.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 226(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, PALMERSTON ROAD, SYDENHAM METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1958
Nature: New church.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 236.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BRIDGE STREET, ARNOTT & CO.
Date: 1960s
Nature: Neo-Georgian replacement for premises destroyed in blitz.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 224(illus.).

 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, JORDANSTOWN, SCHOOL FOR DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND CHILDREN
Date: 1962
Nature: New schoo,l of conservative appearance. Last major scheme undertaken by J.R. Young before his deat.
Refs: Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 226.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SUNNYSIDE STREET, NO. 101-102 (QUINN MEMORIAL HALL )
Date: 1963p
Nature: New parish hall for St Jude's Parish, Ballynafeigh, to be built at cost of £22,000. Contractor: Walter Scott & Co.
Refs: IB 105, 8 Jun 1963, 441;  Paul Harron, Architects of Ulster: Young & Mackenzie, a transformational provincial practice 1850-1960 (Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2016), 298. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, EGLINTON STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: ?
Nature: Singing gallery and session house.
Refs: PRONI, Young & Mackenzie papers, D2194/2/1