EVANS, RICHARD 
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Architect, of Cork, who designed the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Enniskean, Co. Cork, in 1871.(1) His connection, if any, with RICHARD EVANS has not been established. A builder named Richard Evans submitted a tender for executing works at the Corn Market in Cork in June 1871,(2) and a builder described as Richard Evans, junior, of 23 Sullivan's Quay, Cork, is listed in the Guy's Cork Almanac and Directory for 1888.
(1) IB 13, 15 May 1871, 126,127(illus.).
(2) IB 13, 1 Jul 1871, 176.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for EVANS, RICHARD 
|Building:||CO. CORK, ENNISKEAN, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)|
|Nature:||New cruciform church in Early Pointed style, with strong Irish feeling in its details. tower between S transept and nave, with octagonal broach spire. Site given by Duke of Devonshire. FS laid 7 May 1871.|
|Refs:||IB 13, 15 May 1871, 126,127(illus.).|