Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Amateur architect, treasurer of the King's Inns and gunpowder miller of Clondalkin and Larch Hill, Whitechurch, Co. Dublin.(1) William Caldbeck submitted designs for the hall and library at the King's Inns in 1794,(2) while Bryan Bolger records his ordering work on some stables near Aungier Street in 1798.(3) William Caldbeck was the great-grandfather of WILLIAM FRANCIS CALDBECK. WILLIAM FRANCIS CALDBECK.



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(1) Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland (1904), 81, and Maurice Craig, 'The account book of William Caldbeck, architect' in Design and Practice in British Architecture: Studies in architectural history presented to Howard Colvin, Architectural History 27 (1984), 421.
(2) E. McParland, James Gandon (1985), 165,204.
(3) NA/PRO Bolger MSS. 1A/58/128.


2 work entries listed in chronological order for CALDBECK, WILLIAM


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HENRIETTA STREET, KING'S INNS
Date: 1794
Nature: Proposal for hall and library submitted by WC
Refs: E. McParland, James Gandon (1985), 165,204

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, AUNGIER STREET (NEAR), STABLES
Date: 1798
Nature: WC orders work on
Refs: NA/PRO Bolger MSS 1A 58 128