Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architectural practice, of London, formed when WILLIAM PATRICK RYAN  WILLIAM PATRICK RYAN of Limerick moved to London and took over the practice of the architect and rating surveyor John Harrington Morris,(1) which he continued under the name of Morris & Ryan. In 1911 Ryan took his son, Bernal J. Ryan, into partnership. He died in 1921.


All information in this entry is from the obituary of W.P. Ryan in IB 63, 18 Jun 1921, 422.

(1) Probably a misprint for John Warrington Morris, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1900 (RIBA, 1993), 636.