Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect of Paisley, Scotland., for whom see Dictionary of Scottish Architects, http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=202429 (last visited Nov 2009).  William Daniel McLennan was working in Belfast in 1895, possibly in the office of WILLIAM HENRY LYNN WILLIAM HENRY LYNN , and was in Cahir, Co. Tipperary, the following year. If indeed he worked for Lynn, he might have been sent to Cahir in connection with Cahir Park, which had been built for the Countess of Glengall to designs by LANYON LYNN & LANYON LYNN & amp; LANYON  LANYON in 1861-1862.(1)


(1) The suggestion that McLennan might have been working for Lynn and thus at Cahir Park was made by Graham Paterson, 5 Dalmahoy Crescent, Kirkaldy KY2 6SZ, in letter to IAA of 4 Apr 1992.