Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Engineer, of Belfast. William Henry Morris was an engineer with the Belfast and Co. Down Railway from 1889 or earlier until 1906 or later. By 1911 he had emigrated to Australia, where he was working for the Midland Railway Company, and by 1924 to East Cleveland, Ohio. He may be the W.H. Morris, CE, of Scottish Provident Buildings, Belfast, who designed a masonic hall in Crossgar, Co. Down, in 1910.(1)

ICEI: elected member, 9 January 1889;(2) no longer listed as member after 1924.


All information in this entry not otherwise attributed is from TICEI lists of members.

(1) IB 52, 22 Jan,19 Feb 1910, 53,117.
(2) TICEI 20 (1888-1890), 26.

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Date: 1910
Nature: FS laid 5 Feb. Builder: W.J. McClurg, Crossgar.
Refs: IB 52, 22 Jan,19 Feb 1910, 53,117