Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Dublin. Frederick Louis Morley, a son of FREDERICK MORLEY FREDERICK MORLEY , was born, according to the 1911 census returns, in 1880 or 1881.   He had entered his father's office by the beginning of 1896.(1) His father died in December 1896, soon after forming a partnership with GEORGE PATRICK SHERIDAN GEORGE PATRICK SHERIDAN , and Frederick Louis became Sheridan's pupil.(2) At the time of the 1911 census he was employed as a valuer and surveyor with the General Valuation and Boundary Survey of Ireland.  The census returns record that he had been married to his wife, Ida Grace, for three years and had three small sons.

AAI:(3) elected member, 1897; awarded a 'Pupil's Prize' (by AAI?), 1899;(4) no longer on list of members after 1905.
RIBA: probationer, 1897.(5)

Addresses: Work: Commercial Buildings, 1896-1900; 25 Suffolk Street, 1901-1904.
Home: Lowell House, Herbert Avenue, Merrion, 1896-1905; 159 Merrion Road, 1911.


(1) Thom's directory for 1896 lists Frederick Morley & Son, architects, surveyors, & civil engineers.
(2) RIBAJ 5 (1897-98), 60.
(3) From lists of members in AAI Green Books, unless otherwise stated..
(4) Jones notes, citing IB 41, 1 Nov 1899, 175.
(5) See note 2, above.