APPENDICES, SOURCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY.

 

Appendix 1:  List of Works by Mallinson and Healey,

with approximate dates and costs where known.

 

 

Key to sources:  BO = Bradford Observer;  BR = Bradford Review;  BS = The Blackburn Standard

db = day-book;  HG = Halifax Guardian;  ICBS = Incorporated Church Building Society;  

JHT = Independency at Brighouse, 1878, by J. Horsfall Turner;

JJ = Continuation and Additions to the History of Bradford, 1866, by John James;  

JME = James Mallinson’s signed estimate;  JMF = James Mallinson’s final bill;  LM = Leeds Mercury;

MHP = M.H. Port;  MP = Morning Post;  WC = Round About Bradford, 1876, by William Cudworth; 

YG = Yorkshire Gazette.

 

 

1842     Queen’s Head, Holy Trinity (by James Mallinson alone) (£2,600: HG) (specification dated August 1842).  

 

1845     Elland National School (by James Mallinson alone) (plans and elevations dated March & August 1845).

1845     Wyke, St. Mary (£2,485 + £265 architect’s commission [sic]: ICBS) (invitation for tenders: LI 06/12/45).   

1845     Llandeilo, St. Teilo (Carmarthenshire) (unsuccessful competition entry, not built) (undated elevation for submission in a competition in 1845).

 

1846     Wyke parsonage (4 bedrooms)  (£850 + £55 architects’ commission [sic]: estimate countersigned by the Bishop of Ripon) (elevations dated May

             1846).

1846     Ilkley parsonage (4 bedrooms) (plans and elevations dated September 1846).

1846     Leeds Richmond Hill, All Saints (demolished 1980) (£3,166: MHP) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: LI 31/10/46).

1846     Manningham, St. Paul  (£3,000: BO) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: LI 07/11/46).

1846     Manningham, St. Jude’s National School (report on the laying of the foundation stone: LI 07/11/46).

 

1847     Mytholmroyd, St. Michael  (£2,872.15s.2d: notes in the church) (plans and elevations dated February 1847).

1847     Shinfield (Wokingham, formerly Berkshire) parsonage (elevations dated 1847).

 

1848     Danby (North Yorkshire), parsonage,school and  teacher's house (notice of intent to build: YG 25/03/48).

1848     Baildon, St. John (not the tower) (£1,000: LI) (report on the consecration: LI 01/04/48).

1848     Bradford Westgate, Scottish Presbyterian Church (converted to a play-school) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BO 25/05/48).

 

1849     Bradford Listerhills, St. Andrew (burnt down, 2009) (£2,155: ICBS) (plans and sections dated October 1849).

1849     Bradford Bankfoot, St. Matthew (£1,867: MHP) (report on the consecration: BO 13/12/49).

 

1850     Clayton, St. John the Baptist (£1,903: MHP) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BO 31/05/49).

1850     Bradford Bankfoot, Bankfoot National School (plans dated March 1850).

1850     Heptonstall, St. Thomas the Apostle (£5,558: ICBS) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: HG 18/05/50).

1850     Shelf, St. Michael & All Angels (£1,745: MHP) (report on the consecration: MP 24/06/50).

1850     Leeds Quarry Hill, St. Mary (repairs) (£605 + £30 architects’ commission: ICBS) (notice of the reopening: LI 14/09/50).

 

1851     South Ossett, Christ Church (£2,120.11s.1½d: vicar’s log book, 1884) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: LI 11/01/51).

1851     Boroughbridge, St. James (£1,585: ICBS) (invitation for tenders: YG 01/03/51).

1851     Langcliffe, St. John the Evangelist (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BO 02/01/51).

1851     Leeds Richmond Hill, All Saints' parsonage (invitation for tenders: LI 22/03/51).

1851     Leeds Quarry Hill, St. Mary‘s parsonage (probably 6 bedrooms) (£795.11s.6d: JME) (invitation for tenders: LI 24/05/51).

1851     Eccleshill parsonage (invitation for tenders: BO 10/07/51).

 

1852     Brighouse, shop for Benjamin Freeman (elevation dated April 1852).

1852     Dale Head (Lancs.), St. James (demolished 1936) (£600:ICBS) (plan dated April 1852).

1852     Queen's Head, house for William Foster (sections and elevations dated April 1852).

1852     Bradford Manchester Road, St. James's Schools  (plans and sections dated May 1852).

1852     Bradford Norcroft Road, Richmond Terrace Wesleyan Chapel, school and teacher's house (£2,800 inclusive: BO) (plans, sections and elevations

             dated June 1852).

1852     Cundall, St. Mary & All Saints (plans and elevations dated September 1852).

1852     Bradford, St. Peter (now the cathedral) (unexecuted alterations) (undated plans, probably of 1852).

 

1853     Queen's Head Black Dyke Mill, mill shed (elevations and sections dated February 1853).

1853     Queen's Head workers' cottages (one blocks of five, two blocks of ten and one block of twelve) (plans, sections and elevations dated February

             1853).

1853     Burley-in-Wharfedale parsonage  (invitation for tenders: LI 23/04/53).

1853     Mount Pellon, Christ Church (£2,091.11s.3d + £102.10s.0d architects’ commission: final church accounts) (report on the laying of the foundation

             stone: LI 04/06/53).

 

[NOTE:  1854  IS THE FIRST YEAR FOR WHICH THERE IS A SURVIVING DAY-BOOK.  MUCH OF THE WORK LISTED HERE WAS CLEARLY ON-GOING FROM PREVIOUS YEARS.]

1854     Copley cottages and parsonage (for St. Stephen's Greetland [sic]) (db 03/01/54).

1854     Lightcliffe parsonage (for the old church) (db 07/01/54).

1854     Manningham, Crow Trees (alterations) (db 09/01/54).

1854     Shelf parsonage (5 bedrooms) (db 09/01/54).

1854     Barkisland, Christ Church (£1,450 + £72.10s.0d architects’ commission: JMF) (db10/01/54).

1854     Withernwick, St. Alban (£1,365: church guide) (db 10/01/54).

1854     Bradford Buttershaw, parsonage (db 19/01/54).

1854     Wyke National School (db 21/01/54).

1854     Boroughbridge Schools (plans and elevations dated January 1854).

1854     Halifax, Zion Independent Chapel (repairs and alterations) (db 01/02/54).

1854     Bradford Bankfoot, parsonage (probably 5 bedrooms) (db 20/02/54).

1854     Northowram Haley Hill, new mill shed for Edward Akroyd (db 04/03/54).

1854     Low Moor, Holy Trinity (Wibsey Chapel) (alterations) (db 10/03/54).

1854     Brighouse Victoria Mills (additions) (db 27/03/54).

1854     Halifax Manor Heath, building society lodge (db 24/04/54).

1854     Halifax Mount Pellon, parsonage (for Christ Church) (probably not built) (db 30/06/54).

1854     Rastrick, Bridge End Independent Chapel (now converted to private housing (£3,300: JHT) (invitation for tenders: HC 01/07/54).

1854     Denton parsonage (probably not built) (db 05/07/54).

1854     Brighouse Gasworks offices (db 07/07/54).

1854     Thorner, St. Peter (not the tower) (£1,180 + £70 architects’ commission: ICBS) (db 12/08/54).

1854     Bradford Undercliffe Cemetery buildings (demolished) (report on the consecration: LI 26/08/54).

1854     Askwith (or Asquith) parsonage (not built) (db 11/09/54).

1854     Calverley Infant School and teacher's house (£560: db) (db 02/11/54).

 

1855     Northowram Haley Hill, All Souls’ Cemetery Chapel (demolished) (report on the proposed works: LI  13/01/55).

1855     Bradford vicarage (db 12/02/55).

1855     Mappleton, All Saints (not the tower) (formerly St. Nicholas's) (sections dated February 1855).

1855     Elland, Providence Independent Chapel (minor alterations only) (db 10/03/55).

1855     Halifax, St. John the Baptist (alterations) (db 30/05/55).

1855     Halifax Victoria Road, new mill shed at Victoria Mills (db 10/07/55).

1855     Boroughbridge parsonage (db 31/07/55).

1855     Bradford Infirmary Street, Baptist Chapel (repairs and alterations) (db 20/09/55).

1855     Bradford Infirmary Street, Infirmary Street Baptist School (db 24/09/55).

1855     Low Moor, St. Mark (now converted to private housing) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BO 22/11/55).

 

1856     Low Moor, St. Mark’s parsonage (invitation for tenders: LM 26/01/56).

1856     Keighley, Utley cemetery buildings (db 11/02/56).

1856     Dewsbury, Springfield Independent Chapel (demolished 1961) (£1,800: db) (invitation for tenders: LM 16/02/56).

1856     East Keswick, St. Mary Magdalene (£978 + £60 architects’ commission: surviving accounts held at Lambeth Palace) (elevations dated April

            1856).

1856     Weeton National School and teacher's house (£400: db) (report on the opening ceremony: LM 14/06/56).

1856     South Ossett parsonage (6 bedrooms) (plans and elevations dated July 1856).

1856     South Ossett school and teacher’s house (3 bedrooms) (plans and elevations dated July 1856).

1856     Halifax Wool Pack Yard, coach house & stable for John Simpson (plans and sections dated 18/08/56).

1856     Halifax Lower Wade Street, Wellington Mills (extensive alterations) (db 25/08/56).

1856     Bradford Tong Street, Tong Street National School and teacher's house (db 18/09/56).

1856     Cleckheaton Independent Chapel (not built) (db 03/11/56).

1856     Bowling Dudley Hill, Dudley Hill School (not built) (db 14/11/56).

1856     Clayton parsonage (db 27/11/56).

 

1857     Ovenden Birks Hall, major extension for Mr. and Mrs. Gott (db 24/02/57).

1857     Halifax Mount Pellon, Mount Pellon National Schools and teacher’s house (2 bedrooms) (plans, sections and elevations dated February 1857.

1857     Bradford Listerhills (North Horton), St. Andrew’s National School (£2,600: BO) (demolished)  (plans and elevations dated April & May 1857.

1857     Halifax Old Market, alterations to three shops for Peter Thompson (plans dated 29/05/57).

1857     Clifton, St. John  (£1,137 + £63 architects’ commission: ICBS) (plans and elevations 15/06/57).

1857     Salterhebble, All Saints (£2,070 + £125 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: SJC, 29/08/57).

1857?   Bradford Listerhills (North Horton), parsonage (6 bedrooms) (undated plans. probably of 1857).

 

1858     Barkisland parsonage (£920: JME) (plans and elevations dated June & September 1858).

1858     Halifax George Street, offices for Edmund Wavell (plans dated 01/06/58).

1858     Thornhill Lees, Holy Innocents, parsonage, school and school house (£8,000 inclusive: LI) (notice of the completion of the works: LI 26/06/58).

1858     Bugthorpe (or Buckthorpe), St. Andrew (restoration and partial rebuilding) (£560 + £35 architects’ commission: ICBS) (notice of impending

             restoration; YG 26/06/58).

1858     Thornaby-on-Tees, St. Paul (not the tower) (£2,500 + £145 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on the consecration: YG 25/09/58).

1858     Bradford Bolton Lane, Bolton National School and teacher's house (three bedrooms) (£1,000: BO) (plans and sections dated September 1858).

 

1859     Welburn, St. John  (£1,600 + £90 architects’ commission: ICBS) (invitation for tenders: YG 12/02/59).

1859     Bacup (Lancs.), unspecified cemetery buildings (notice of the commencement of building:BO 17/02/1859).

1859     Tong, unspecified cemetery buildings (notice of the commencement of building: BO17/02/1859).

1859     Lepton National School  (£800: JME) (handwritten draft of the invitation for tenders: 08/04/59).

1859     Bradford Westgate, Christ Church Schools (plans and elevations dated May 1859.

1859     Lower Dunsforth school and teacher’s house (3 bedrooms) (plans,elevations and sections dated July 1859).

1859     Ilkley, All Saints  (chancel only) (plan dated August 1859).

1859     Grindleton (Lancs.), almshouses (invitation for tenders: BS 05/10/59).

1859     Clayton National Schools (£1,700: WC) (report on the opening ceremony: BO 27/10/59).

 

1860     Bradford Tong Street, St. John (converted to industrial use) (£815 + £50 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on the consecration: BO 09/02/60).

1860     Bradford Girlington, St. Philip  (£1,300 + £70 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on its consecration: BO 23/02/60).

1860     Bowling, St. Stephen  (£2,125 + £120 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BO 26/04/60).

1860     Halifax Charlestown, St. Thomas (report on the opening: LI 28/04/60).

1860     Brighouse National Schools (plans dated June & August 1860).

1860     Bowling Broomfields, St. Luke (demolished) (£2,520 + £135 architects’ commission; ICBS) (invitation for tenders: BO 08/11/60).

 

1861     Leeds Bramley (failed competition entry for a new church) (notice of the result of the competiton: LI 06/01/61).

1861     Horton, All Saints (£15,000: JJ)  (invitation for tenders: BO 21/02/61).

1861     Bradford Laisterdyke, St. Mary (currently derelict) (£2,600: MC) (report on the consecration: BO 14/03/61).

1861     Lower Dunsforth, St. Mary’s church, (£1,700: trimmed newspaper cutting in the N. Yorkshire County Record Office, Northallerton) (report on the

             consecration: YG 28/09/61).

 

1862     Hepworth, Holy Trinity (£1,505 + £80 architects’ commission: ICBS) (invitation for tenders: BO 27/03/62).

1862     Northowram Hall (alterations) (plans and elevations dated May 1862).

1862     Dewsbury, St. Mark (£2,750 + £150 architects’ commission: ICBS) (report on the laying of the foundation stone: BR 15/11/62).

1862     Arthington, St. Peter's church and parsonage (church converted to Egyptian Coptic use) (invitations for tenders: LM 21/11/62).

 

1863     Bradford Laisterdyke, parsonage (5 bedrooms) (plans and elevations dated March 1863).

1863     Halifax Charlestown, St. Thomas National Schools (elevations and sections dated May 1863).

1863     Horton Green School (£1,700: BO) (notice of the partial opening: BO 28/05/63).

1863     Catwick, St. Michael (James Mallinson with T.H. & F. Healey?) (£890 + £60 architects' commission: JME) (plans and elevations dated 20/07/63).

1863     Heaton, St. Barnabas (by T.H. & F. Healey before the Mallinson and Healey partnership officially dissolved?) (invitation for tenders: BO 13/08/63).

1863     Lightcliffe, two semi-detached residences (invitation for tenders: BR  26/12/63 [sic]).

 

1864       Westow, St. Mary (not the tower) (approx. £710 + £40 architects’ commission:  ICBS) (report of the reopening: YG 16/07/64).

 

1865       Halifax Causeway and John Street, warehouses (by James Mallinson alone) (plans and sections dated 18/09/65).

1865       Halifax Causeway and Upper Kirkgate Street, school (by James Mallinson alone) (sections and elevations stamped 19/09/65).

 

1866       Marble tablet commemorating the Rev. Joshua Fawcett of Low Moor (£120: BO) (notice of its erection: BO 05/07/66).

1866       Tockwith, Church of the Epiphany (James Mallinson with T.H. & F. Healey?) (£4,000: YG) (report on the consecration: YG 27/10/66).

 

Undated   Halifax, house for Mr. Crossley (undated plans and elevations).

Undated   Halifax, unnamed country residence (unsigned plan in characteristic style).

Undated   Low Moor (Wibsey) parsonage (probably 6 bedrooms) (undated signed  lithograph).

Undated   Moor Monkton parsonage (6 bedrooms) (undated, signed plans and elevations).

Undated   Queensbury National School  (by James Mallinson alone) (undated plans and elevations).

Undated   St. John-in-the-Wilderness, school and teacher’s house (undated, signed sketch).

 

 

 

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Appendix 2:   Contractors' Travelling Distances to Work (66 men listed).

 

(Note:  where contractors advertised themselves as belonging to more than one trade, they are listed below in the priority order:

[1] masons;  [2] carpenters and joiners;  [3] slaters;  [4] plumbers and glaziers; 

[5] plasterers;  [6] painters and decorators;  and [7] general builders.)

 

 

Name

Place

Direct

≈ Travelling

and Address

of Work

Distance (miles)

Distance

       

 

(a) Masons = 14

 

 

BENTLEY, JOSHUA

(1) Perseverance Mill, Brighouse

< 1

1

Church Street, Rastrick, Brighouse

(2) Victoria Mill, Hudd'sf'ld Rd., Brighouse

< 1

1

 

(3) Providence Ind. Chapel, Elland

2

DRAKE, JONAS

(1) New Dumb Mill Inn, Hipperholme

Shay Lane, Ovenden

(2) Bradshaw Mill

2

 

(3) Bradshaw parsonage

2

ELLIS, DAVID?

House of John Fairburn,

< 1

1

Mirfield

machine maker of Mirfield

 

 

EMPSALL, JONAS

Brighouse

< 1

1

New Close, Thornhill Bridge, Brighouse

Gas Works

 

 

GREAVES, JAMES (marble mason)

Haley Hill cemetery chapel,

1

9, Horton Street, Halifax

Northowram

 

 

MOULSON, MILES (& owner of Legram Quarry)

Premises of Robinson & S. Thwaites at

< ½

½

Great Horton Road, Bradford

Thornton Road, Bradford

 

 

PRATT, HENRY

(1) Haley Hill cem. chapel, Northowram

1

Oxford Street, Halifax

(2) House, Harrison Rd., Halifax

< 1

1

 

(3) Halifax parish church

< 1

1

 

(4) St. Paul's, Stockton-on-Tees

55

74

RIDEHAUGH, SIDNEY

Hullen Edge Hall,

1

Greetland, Elland

Elland

 

 

ROBINSON, JAMES or JOHN

Low House Brewery,

1

School Green, Thornton

Clayton Heights

 

 

SIMPSON, GEORGE

(1) Thornhill Lees church,  Dewsbury

1

Manor Place, Dewsbury

(2) Thornhill Lees parsonage & school

1

THORNTON, THOMAS

Christ Church,

Elland

Barkisland

 

 

WALSH, JOHN

Two houses in Wool Pack Yard,

< 1

1

Gibbet Lane, Halifax

Halifax

 

 

WALTON, BENJAMIN

Christ Church, Mount Pellon,

1

Warley Town, Halifax

Halifax

 

 

WRIGHT & PEEL

St. Andrew's National School,

1

Joseph Street, Bradford

North Horton

 

 

       

 

(b) Carpenters & Joiners = 14

 

 

GOMERSHALL, JOHN & TOM

Holy Innocents',

< 1

1

Kiln Croft, Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury

Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury

 

 

GREENWOOD, RICHARD

(1) Shelf parsonage house

2

3

Bramley Lane, Brighouse

(2) Buttershaw Mills

3

4

 

(3) Woodhouse, Rastrick

 

(4) St. Mark's parsonage, Low Moor

 

(5) Farmhouse in Brighouse

1

HALL, THOMAS (& general builder)

(1) St. Peter's, Thorner

7

19, Harper Street, Leeds

(2) St. Mary Magdalene's, East Keswick

8

11

HAWKYARD, HENRY

Hullen Edge Hall,

< 1

1

11, Timber Street, Elland

Elland

 

 

HEPWORTH, JOSEPH

House on

< 1

1

Rastrick, Brighouse

Rastrick Common

 

 

 

(1) Trinity Road Baptist Chapel, Halifax

½

LAMBERT, JOHN (& timber dealer)

(2) Zion Independent Chapel,  Halifax

½

35, James Road, Halifax

(3) Bradshaw parsonage

3

4

(bankrupt March 1855)

(4) Lightcliffe parsonage

 

(5) Haley Hill mill engine shed

1

1 ½

KETTLEWELL, Peter

St. Mary's,

2

3

Great Ouseburn

Lower Dunsforth

 

 

NAYLOR, JAMES

(1) Birks Hall, Ovenden

1

Mount Pellon, Halifax

(2) Mount Pellon schools

< 1

1

NEAL, CHARLES

Dr. MacTurk's house,

< 1

1

4, Johngate, Bradford

Manningham, Bradford

 

 

PICKARD & OGDEN (& builders)

Hydropathic Establishment,

6

8

Silsbridge Lane, Bradford

Otley

 

 

POGSON & TAYLOR

Christ Church,

3

4

Bond Street, Halifax

Barkisland

 

 

SMITH, S.

Weston Hall,

2

3

North Parade, Otley

Weston, near Otley

 

 

SYKES, BENJAMIN

Bonegate Hall,

1

1 ½

Norwood Green, Brighouse

Brighouse

 

 

WALKER, THOMAS

Bridge End Chapel,

Albion Street, Huddersfield

Rastrick, Brighouse

 

 

       

 

(c) Slaters = 4

 

 

BANCROFT, J. & A. (& plasterers)

(1) Wyke National School

4

14, Lister Street, Halifax

(2) Shelf parsonage

3

4

 

(3) Haley Hill cemetery chapel

1

 

(4) The Shay, Skircoat, Halifax

1

 

(5) Birks Hall, Ovenden

2

 

(6) Wellington Mills, Lwr Wade St., Halifax

< 1

1

HILL (THOMAS) & SUTCLIFFE

(1) Manchester Road Schools, Bradford

< ½

½

23, Cheapside, Bradford

(2) Bankfoot parsonage, Bradford

3

4

 

(3) Bonegate Hall, Brighouse

6

SMITHIES, JAMES (& plasterer)

(1) Holy Trinity, Low Moor, Bradford

2

3

29, Sellar's Fold, Bradford

(2) Low Moor parsonage house

2

3

TAYLOR, SAMUEL

Bridge End Chapel

4

Waterhouse Street, Halifax

Rastrick, Brighouse

 

 

       

 

(d) Plumbers & Glaziers = 13

 

 

COCKHILL, EDWARD (& plasterer)

(1) Bridge End Chapel, Brighouse

< 1

1

Bridge End, Rastrick, Brighouse

(2) Bonegate Hall, Brighouse

1

EASTWOOD, WILLIAM

Thornhill Lees parsonage and school,

1

Long Causeway, Dewsbury

Dewsbury

 

 

 

(1) Copley parsonage

2

 

(2) Christ Church, Mount Pellon

1

FIRTH, SAMUEL & JOHN

(3) Shelf parsonage

3

4

10, Broad Street, Halifax

(4) Hullen Edge Hall, Elland

 

(5) Haley Hill cemetery chapel

½

< 1

 

(6) Wellington Mills, Lwr. Wade St., Halif'x

½

< 1

 

(7) Halifax parish church

½

< 1

HOLROYD (JOHN) & SON

Christ Church,

6

5, Cross Hills, Halifax

Barkisland

 

 

HORSFALL, JOHN

Mount Pellon

½

< 1

10, Mount Street, Halifax

schools

 

 

JACKSON, JOHN (plumber only)

Boroughbridge

< 1

1

Borougbridge

schools

 

 

HORNER, Sarah (& Son?)

St. Alban's,

8

11

17, Witham, Hull

Withernwick

 

 

KEIGHLEY, JAMES

Cemetery buildings,

< ½

½

42, Kirkgate, Bradford

Bradford

 

 

LAWSON, WILLIAM CHILD

Bradshaw

3

4

25, Southgate, Northowram

parsonage

 

 

SCARTH, WILLIAM (plumber only)

Tong Street School,

Chapeltown, Pudsey

Bradford

 

 

SCHOFIELD, JOHN

(1) South Ossett schools

10

13½

54, Thornton Street, Bradford

(2) Low Moor parsonage, Bradford

3

4

 

(3) St. John's, Clifton

7

THWAITE, THOMAS & R.

(1) "Crow Trees", Manningham, Bradf'd

1

37, Tyrell Street, Bradford

(2) Holy Trinity, Low Moor, Bradford

WALSH, GEORGE

(1) Lightcliffe parsonage

5

4, Rusell Street, Halifax

(2) All Saints', Salterhebble

1

       

 

(e) Plasterers = 8 (includes 2 listed with slaters & 1 listed with plumbers)

 

 

BARBER, WILLIAM

Bridge End Chapel,

7

Thornhill Briggs, Brighouse

 Rastrick, Brighouse

 

 

FIRTH, MATTHEW or WILLIAM

(1) St. Peter's vicarage, Bradford

3

4

6 or 7, Cobden Street, Bradford

(2) Dr. MacTurk's house, Manningham

3

4

GARLICK, EDWARD or WILLIAM

St. Peter's,

7

9, Dewsbury Rd. or 3, Bridge St., Leeds

Thorner

 

 

LAYCOCK, JAMES (& painter)

Dr. Spence's house,

2

3

23, Burrows Lane, Otley

Weston, nr. Otley

 

 

WOOD, JOSEPH

Woodhouse,

9

72, Vicar Lane, Bradford

Rastrick

 

 

       

 

(f) Painters & Decorators = 8 (includes 1 listed with plasterers)

 

 

BRIGG (HENRY) & MENSFORTH

Dr. MacTurk's house,

< 1

1

13, North Parade, Bradford

Manningham, Bradford

 

 

CROSSLEY, JOSEPH

Bridge End Chapel,

4

Joseph Street, Halifax

 Rastrick, Brighouse

 

 

HALEY, EDWARD

Holy Trinity

50, Market Street, Bradford

Low Moor, Bradford

 

 

HEALD, GEORGE F. (decorative painter)

(1) St. Andrew's, North Horton

13

17½

Newmarket, Mount Pleasant, Wakefield

(2) Holy Innocents', Thornhill Lees

6

8

RHODES, CHARLES

Wellington Mills,

7

2, Cheapside, Bradford

Lower Wade Street, Halifax

 

 

WADSWORTH, GEORGE

Christ Church,

1

6, Lister Street, Halifax

Mount Pellon, Halifax

 

 

WARDLE, WILLIAM

All Saints'

11

15

90, English Street, Hull

Mappleton

 

 

       

 

(g) General Builders = 11 (includes 2 listed under carpenters and joiners)

 

 

BEDFORTH, JOSEPH

(1) Copley parsonage

2

3

26, Horton Street, Halifax

(2) Halifax parish church

< 1

1

 

(3) Haley Hill cemetery chapel

1

 

(4) Wellington Mills, Lwr. Wade St., Halif'x

< 1

1

DUCKWORTH, WILLIAM

(1) Haley Hill cemetery chapel

6

8

222, Bolling Street, Bradford

(2) Dr. MacTurk's House., Manningham

FREEMAN & GATENBY (W.)

(1) St. Mary & All Angels', Cundall

4

Boroughbridge

(2) Boroughbridge schools

< 1

1

 

(3) Boroughbridge parsonage

< 1

1

 

(4) St. Mary's, Lower Dunsforth

3

4

HEPWORTH (GEORGE) & SON

Britannia Mills, Baines Square,

< 1

1

Church Lane, Brighouse

Brighouse

 

 

NETTLETON, WILLIAM

St. Peter's,

< 1

1

Thorner

Thorner

 

 

 

(1) John Foster's house, Queen's Head

< 1

1

 

(2) St. Andrew's, North Horton

PATCHETT (ISAAC) & COMPANY

(3) Bradshaw parsonage

3

Queen' Head

(4) St. Mark's, Low Moor, Bradford

 

(5) St. Mark's parsonage, Low Moor

 

(6) Mount Pellon schools, Halifax

 

(7) Clayton schools and teacher's house

STEWART, CH'LES (& timber merchant)

(1) St. Alban's, Withernwick

8

11

14, Kingston Square, Jarratt Street, Hull

(2) All Saints', Mappleton

11

15

THAKWRAY & HOLLIDAY

(1) Manchester Road Schools, Bradford

49, Crompton Street, Bradford

(2) Bankfoot parsonage, Bradford

 

(3) St. Mark's, Low Moor, Bradford

2

3

 

(4) Holy Trinity, Low Moor, Bradford

2

3

 

(5) S. Ossett school and  teacher's house

10

13½

THORNTON, ISRAEL

(1) Bradford  cemetery buildings

1

85, East Parade, Bradford

(2) St. Andrew's schools, North Horton

2

3

 

(3) All Saints', Horton

1

 

 

 

*     *     *     *     *     *

 

 

Primary Sources and Bibliography.

 

 

1.   MANUSCRIPT SOURCES.

 

 

East Riding Record Office, Beverley:

 

     PE9/15                                Churchwardens accounts for St. Michael’s, Catwick

     PE9/39                                Plans for St. Michael’s, Catwick

     PE27/14-15                         Plans for All Saints’, Mappleton

     PE81/44-45                         Churchwardens accounts for St. Alban’s, Withernwick

 

 

London, Victoria & Albert Museum, RIBA Collection:

 

     PB432/1                               Drawings for a font at St. Thomas the Apostle’s, Heptonstall  

     PB432/8                               Working drawings for St. Michael’s, Mytholmroyd

     PB432/11                             Miscellaneous furniture designs for St. Mark’s, Low Moor 

     PB432/13                             Drawings for Ilkley vicarage

     PB432/14                             Drawings for a parsonage at Wyke

     PB432/15                             Drawings for a parsonage at Moor Monkton   

     PB432/16                             Drawings for a parsonage at Wibsey 

     PB432/17                             Drawings for a school and a teacher’s house at St. John-in-the-Wilderness

     PB432/18                             Drawings for Elland National Schools

     PB432/20                             Lithograph for St. Mark’s, Dewsbury 

     PB432/21                             Design for a new church at Filey

     PB432/22                             Lithograph for Christ Church, South Ossett

     PB432/23                             Lithograph for St. John’s, Clifton 

     PB432/24                             Lithograph for St. John the Baptist’s, Clayton

     PB432/25                             Lithograph for St. Andrew’s, Listerhills

     PB432/30                             Design for a 'Scotch' church

     PB432/31                             Drawings for St. Andrew’s, Listerhills

     PB432/25                             Miscellaneous furniture designs for St. Paul’s, Manningham 

     PB432/26                             Drawings for St. John’s, Baildon 

     PB432/27                             Drawings St. Peter’s, Thorner

     PB432/28                             Competition design for a new church at Llandeilo

 

 

London, Church of England Record Centre:

 

(a) Bermondsey -

     QAB/7/6/E157          Plans & papers for St. Mary’s, Wyke

     CBC/7/1/6                 H.M. C. reports

     QAB/7/6/E326a        Plans for St. Mary’s, Laisterdyke

     BARNES/2/4/7         Birth and death certificates for members of the Healey family

(b) Lambeth Palace Library -

     ICBS 2990                Holy Trinity, Queensbury

     ICBS 3529                St. Mary’s, Wyke

     ICBS 3711                St. John the Baptist’s, Baildon

     ICBS 3818                St. John the Baptist’s, Clayton

     ICBS 3889                St. Michael’s, Mytholmroyd

     ICBS 4037                St. Matthew’s, Bankfoot

     ICBS 4041                St. Michael & All Angels’, Shelf 

     ICBS 4160                All Saints’, Richmond Hill

     ICBS 4250                Christ Church, South Ossett 

     ICBS 4311                St.Andrew’s, North Horton 

     ICBS 4355                St. James’s, Boroughbridge 

     ICBS 4409                Christ Church, Barkisland 

     ICBS 4415                St. James’s, Dale Head

     ICBS 4507                Christ Church, Mount Pellon

     ICBS 4763                St. Alban’s, Withernwick 

     ICBS 4834                St. Peter’s, Thorner 

     ICBS 5025                St. Mary Magdalene’s, East Keswick 

     ICBS 5078                All Saints’, Salterhebble 

     ICBS 5129                St. John’s, Clifton 

     ICBS 5135                St. Paul’s, Thornaby-on-Tees  

     ICBS 5190                St. Paul’s, Heaton Reddish 

     ICBS 5192                St. Thomas’s, Charlestown 

     ICBS 5317                St Andrew’s, Bugthorpe

     ICBS 5339                St. John’s, Tong 

     ICBS 5407                St. John’s, Welburn 

     ICBS 5447                St. Mary’s, Lower Dunsforth 

     ICBS 5395                St. Philip’s, Girlington 

     ICBS 5445                St. Stephen’s, Bowling 

     ICBS 5564                St. Mary’s, Quarry Hill 

     ICBS 5569                St. Luke’s, Broomfields 

     ICBS 5574                All Saints’, Ilkley 

     ICBS 5600                Holy Trinity, Hepworth 

     ICBS 5808                St. Mark’s, Dewsbury 

     ICBS 5982                St. Mary’s, Westow

     ICBS 6120                St. Michael’s, Catwick 

     ICBS 6177                St. John’s, Cleckheaton 

     ICBS 6013                St. Barnabas’s, Heaton

 

 

North Yorkshire Record Office, Northallerton:

 

     NG:SB                     Plans for Boroughbridge and Lower Dunsforth Schools

     PR/BBG                   Miscellaneous documents for St. James’s, Boroughbridge

     PR/CU                     Miscellaneous documents for St. Mary & All Angels’, Cundall

     PR/DNL                   Miscellaneous documents for St. Mary’s, Lower Dunsforth

 

 

West Yorkshire Archives:

 

(a) Bradford -

     15D95                      Parish records for Holy Trinity, Queensbury

     17D97                      Account book for T.H. & F. Healey

      61D95/13                Drawings and plans for Black Dyke Mills, Horrowins House & Sandbed Cottages, Queensbury, and Northowram Hall, Northowram

      BDP19/9                 Plans for St. Andrew’s parsonage, North Horton

      BDP33/15               Specification for Burley parsonage, and rules and instructions for building parsonages from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners

      BDP36/10               Accounts for repairs to St. John the Baptist’s, Clayton

      BDP36/11               Agreement with contractor to build Clayton National School

      BDP66/12               Lithograph for Wibsey parsonage

      DB1/C3/13              Plan of proposed alterations at Bradford Parish Church 

      WYB129/4              Plans for St. Matthew’s National School, Bankfoot

      WYP129/8              Plans for Bolton National School

      WYB129/15            Plans for St. John’s National School, Bradford    

      WYB129/27            Plans for Richmond Terrace Wesleyan School, Great Horton  

      WYB129/39            Plans for St. Andrew’s National School, North Horton

      WYB129/46            Plans for Queensbury National School

(b) Calderdale (Halifax) -

      BJ:15                      Plan of site of Barkisland Schools

     CMT/HB1:40            Plans of houses, shops and coach house in Woolpack, Halifax

     CMT/HB1:721          Plans of Causeway and Upper Kirkgate Schools, Halifax

     CMT/HB1:727          Plans for warehouses in Causeway and John Street, Halifax

     CMT1/MU:26           Plan of mill shed, three shops and offices in Gaol Lane and George Street, Halifax

     HAS/C:17/6             Affidavit signed by Mary Mallinson

     MOO: 1-4                Mallinson & Healey day-books, 1854-57

     WYC:1185/7            Plans for Brighouse National School & master’s house

     WYC:1185/8            Plans for Mount Pellon National School, Halifax

     WYC:1185/9            Plans and elevations for Elland National Schools

     WYC:1185/16          Plans for St. Thomas’s National School, Charlestown, Halifax

(c) Kirklees (Huddersfield) -

     DD/WBC/384          Correspondence concerning Lepton National School

     WYK: 1224             Prospectus for proposed church of St. Mark, Dewsbury

     WYK: 1485             Miscellaneous records for Dewsbury Congregational Church

(d) Leeds (Morley) -

     RD/AF/2/2a             Plans and faculties to rebuild St. James’s, Boroughbridge, and St. Mary & All Saints', Cundall  

     RDP66/1                 Plans and specification for St. Mary’s parsonage, Quarry Hill

     WYL555/3               Plans and specification for Barkisland parsonage

     WYL555/5               Papers relating to the proposed vicarage at Boroughbridge

     WYL555/46             Plans and related papers for South Ossett parsonage

     WYL555/49             Plans and specifications for Shelf parsonage

(e) Wakefield -

     QE20/1/1846/28      Plans for Sowerby Bridge waterworks 

     WDP21/252            Correspondence, plans and estimates etc. for Christ Church, Barkisland

     WDP27/52              Plans and elevations of St. John’s, Clifton

     WDP98                   Plans and assorted papers for St. Michael’s, Mytholmroyd

     WYW1547/12          Plans for South Ossett school and master’s house

 

 

2.    BUILDINGS VISITED.

 

1843     Holy Trinity, Queensbury, Bradford (James Mallinson)

1844     St. Mary’s, Wyke, Bradford (James Mallinson)

1846     St. John the Baptist’s, Baildon, Bradford (not the tower) (Mallinson & Healey)

1846     St. Paul’s, Manningham, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1847     St. John the Baptist’s, Clayton, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1847     St. Michael’s, Mytholmroyd, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1848     St. Matthew’s, Bankfoot, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1848     St. MIchael & All Angels’, Shelf, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1848     Scottish Presbyterian Church, Westgate, Bradford (the former) (Mallinson & Healey)

1850     Christ Church, South Ossett, Wakefield (Mallinson & Healey)

1851     Christ Church, Barkisland, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1851     St. James’s, Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire (Mallinson & Healey)

1851     St. John the Evangelist’s, Langcliffe, North Yorkshire (Mallinson & Healey)

1852     St. Mary & All Saints’, Cundall, North Yorkshire (Mallinson & Healey)

1853     St. Thomas the Apostle’s, Heptonstall, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1854     Christ Church, Mount Pellon, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1854     St. Peter’s, Thorner, Leeds (partial reconstruction) (Mallinson & Healey)

1854     St. Alban’s, Withernwick, East Riding of Yorkshire (reconstruction) (Mallinson & Healey)

1855     All Saints’, Mappleton, East Riding of Yorkshire (not the tower) (Mallinson & Healey)

1856     Bridge End Independent Chapel (the former), Brighouse, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1856     St. Mary Magdalene’s, East Keswick, Leeds (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     St. Mark’s, Low Moor, Bradford (the former) (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     St. Thomas’s, Claremount, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     St. John’s, Clifton, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     All Saints, Salterhebble, Calderdale (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     St. Paul’s, Thonaby-on-Tees, Stockton-on-Tees (not the tower) (Mallinson & Healey)

1857     All Souls’, Haley Hill, Calderdale (Sir George Gilbert Scott)

1858     Holy Innocents’, Thornhill Lees, Wakefield (Mallinson & Healey)

1858     Thornhill Lees parsonage (Mallinson & Healey)

1858     St. Andrew’s, Bugthorpe, East Riding of Yorkshire (nave only) (Mallinson & Healey)

1859     St. Stephen’s, Bowling, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1859     St. Philip’s, Girlington, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1959     St. Mary’s, Lower Dunsforth, North Riding (Mallinson & Healey)

1859     St. John’s, Welburn, North Yorkshire  (Mallinson & Healey)

1860     All Saints’, Ilkley, Bradford (chancel only) (Mallinson & Healey)

1862     St Mary’s, Westow, North Yorkshire (nave only) (Mallinson & Healey)

1862     All Saints’, Horton, Bradford (Mallinson & Healey)

1862     Holy Trinity, Hepworth, Kirklees (Mallinson & Healey)

1862     St. Mark’s, Dewsbury, Wakefield (Mallinson & Healey)

1862     St. Peter’s, Arthington, Leeds (Mallinson & Healey)

1863     St. Barnabas’s, Heaton, Bradford (T.H. & F. Healey with James Mallinson)

1863     Church of the Epiphany, Tockwith, North Yorkshire (T.H. & F. Healey with James

                        Mallinson)

 

 

3.   NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES.

 

The Bradford Daily Argus

The Bradford Observer

The Builder

The Ecclesiologist

The Halifax Courier

The Halifax Guardian and Huddersfield & Bradford Advertiser

The Huddersfield Daily Chronicle

The Leeds Intelligencer

The Leeds Mercury

The Leeds Times

The Morning Post

The Todmorden and District News

Wetherby News & Central Yorkshire Journal

The Yorkshire Gazette

The Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

     plus other occasional publications identified by the British Newspaper Archive

 

 

4.   PRINTED SOURCES: PUBLISHED BOOKS AND ARTICLES.

 

 

Primary Sources:

 

Anon. 

 'Architectural Design and Decoration', Fraser’s Magazine, 1, 1830, pp.63-79.

Anon.  'The Ecclesiologist in Reply to Mr. E.A. Freeman',The Ecclesiologist, New Series 2, June1846, pp.217-249.
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Cudworth, William Rambles Round Horton (Bradford: Thomas Brear & Company, 1886).
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White, William Directory of Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Wakefield..., and all the Villages in the Yorkshire Clothing Districts (Sheffield: Robert Leader, 1854)
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Stamp, Gavin  Gothic for the Steam Age - an Illustrated Biography of George Gilbert Scott (London: Aurum Press, 2015)
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Torode, Brian E. John Middleton, Victorian Provincial Architect (Zagreb: Accent, 2008).
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Webster, Christopher 'An alternative to Ecclesiology - William Wallen (1807-53)' in Seven Church Architects, 1830-1930, ed. Geoff Brandwood (London The Ecclesiological Society, 2010), pp. 9-28.
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Webster, Christopher R.D. Chantrell (1793-1872) and the architecture of a lost generation (Reading: Spire Books, 2010).
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5.   PRINTED SOURCES: UNPUBLISHED THESES, PAPERS AND CHURCH GUIDES.

 

Anon. All Saints' Church [Horton] - a History and Guide (church guide) (2014).
Anon. Thornaby-on-Tees - the Anglican Churches (church guide) (The Christian Inheritance Trust, 1993).
Anon. Wyke Parish Church (church guide) (undated).
Burgess, Jon Lockwood and Mawson of Bradford and London (de Montfort University Ph.D. thesis, 1998).
de Lacy Holmes, D.   'Christ Church, Barkisland' (church guide, cover missing) (1954).
Grainger, Canon Bruce  A History of Baildon Parish Church (church guide) (printed in Saltaire by ASAP,1988).
Griggs, Norman The pedagogy and design of the Victorian school building (Anglia Ruskin University Ph.D. thesis, 2004).
Hargreaves, John A. Religion and Society in the Parish of Halifax, c. 1740-1914 (Huddersfield Polytechnic Ph.D. thesis, 1991).
Healey, Francis H.  Thomas Healey, Architect (paper read to the Ecclesiological Society, 16th March 1953, deposited in the Bradford Local Studies Library).
Mawson, Stanley The History of Clayton Parish Church (church guide) (on-line at https://e-voice.org.uk/claytonhistorygroup/history-of-st-johns-church//, undated).
McDonald, Terry  St. Alban's, Withernwick (church guide) (1970s
Powell, Christopher Genesis of a General Contractor - a Georgian Vernacular Builder Transformed (paper, on-line file:///C:/Documents/Downloads/Vol%203%202547-2558%20Powell.pdf, 1992).
Ridings & Holdsworth The Parish Church of the Holy Trinity, Queensbury, Centenary Souvenir, 1845-1945 (church guide) (undate
Sanderson & Story St. Mary's Church, Dunsforth: a History, 1861-2011 (church guide) (2011).
Whitley, E. Ingham Hepworth Centenary (church guide) (1963).

 

 

6.  WEB-SITES.

 

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