SEDDON, JOHN POLLARD #
- Born: 1826 Died: 1907
Architect, of London, for whom see Michael Darby, John Pollard Seddon (Victoria & Albert Museum, 1983) and Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 575-6. Seddon was one of the entrants in the competition for designing St Finbarr's Church of Ireland cathedral, Cork.(1) Later he designed Rossdohan, near Sneem, Co. Kerry (1875-1881) for Dr Samuel Thomas Heard.(2) and in 1877 he also produced a design for the town hall in Arklow, Co. Wicklow, which was not executed.(3)
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(1) Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 26 (Apr 1853), 91.
(2) Drawings in Victoria & Albert Museum, see Darby, op. cit., 23,90-91(illus.).
(3) Darby, op. cit., 23.
3 work entries listed in chronological order for SEDDON, JOHN POLLARD #
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|Building:||CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOP STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST FINN BARRE (CI)|
|Nature:||Competition entrant. Design exh. at Architectural Exhibition, London, Apr 1863.
Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 26 (Apr 1863), 91
|Building:||CO. KERRY, ROSSDOHAN HOUSE (SNEEM)|
|Nature:||House for Dr Samuel Thomas Heard. (Burnt out 1922; new house built on part of site, also burnt ca 1955.)
Michael Darby, John Pollard Seddon (Victoria & Albert Museum, 1983) , 23,90-91(illus.)
|Building:||CO. WICKLOW, ARKLOW, TOWN HALL|
|Nature:||Unexecuted design for same.
Michael Darby, John Pollard Seddon (Victoria & Albert Museum, 1983), 23.