List of works by Francis Goodwin

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For the politician, see Francis Goodwin (MP).

Francis Goodwin (1784–1835) was an English architect, born in King's Lynn, Norfolk. He trained under J. Coxedge in Kensington, London. He initially designed two churches in King's Lynn, followed by nine Commissioners' churches. He then designed more new churches, and rebuilt or remodelled other churches, for different clients, and also gained commissions for civic and public buildings. Most of his church designs were in Gothic Revival style, while those for civic and public buildings were mainly Neoclassical. Later in his career he became involved in domestic architecture. He also unsuccessfully created many designs for other buildings, such as King's College, Cambridge, and the new Houses of Parliament. He died suddenly in London, and was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery.[1]

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Grade Criteria[2]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
Trinity Chapel, St Margaret's Church King's Lynn, Norfolk
52°45′06″N 0°23′43″E / 52.7516°N 0.3954°E / 52.7516; 0.3954 (St Margaret's Church, Kings Lynn)
1809 Rebuilt the chapel.[1][3] I
St Faith's Church Gaywood, Norfolk
52°45′23″N 0°25′23″E / 52.7564°N 0.4231°E / 52.7564; 0.4231 (St Faith's Church, Gaywood)
1809 Restored the church, adding a plaster groin vault.[1][4] II*
Manchester Town Hall Manchester Town Hall Colonnade.JPG 1819–34 Demolished. Part of its colonnade (pictured) is in Heaton Park.[1][5][6] II*
St Matthew's Church Walsall, West Midlands
52°34′57″N 1°58′38″W / 52.5824°N 1.9773°W / 52.5824; -1.9773 (St Matthew's Church, Walsall)
Church of Saint Matthew Walsall IMG 4896 cropped and added image.jpg 1820–21 Partly rebuilt an earlier church.[7][8][9] II*
St Paul's Church Southsea, Hampshire 1820–22 Gothic Revival with four turrets. Bombed about 1941; demolished.[10]
Holy Trinity Church, Bordesley Bordesley, West Midlands
52°28′14″N 1°52′39″W / 52.4705°N 1.8775°W / 52.4705; -1.8775 (Holy Trinity Church, Bordesley)
Holy Trinity Bordesley Combined.jpg 1820–22 Gothic Revival with two west turrets. Redundant since 1971.[1][11][12] II
St Peter's Church Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester
53°29′02″N 2°06′21″W / 53.4840°N 2.1058°W / 53.4840; -2.1058 (St Peter's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne)
St Peter's Church Ashton-Under-Lyne A P Kapp Geograph 1289006 04439d94.jpg 1821–24 Gothic Revival with a west tower and pinnacles.[13][14] II*
St George's Church Kidderminster, Worcestershire
52°23′25″N 2°14′33″W / 52.3903°N 2.2424°W / 52.3903; -2.2424 (St George's Church, Kidderminster)
1821–24 Commissioners' church, Gothic Revival.[15] II*
Christ Church West Bromwich,
West Midlands
Christ Church West Bromwich.jpg
1821–29 Commissioners' church, restored because of subsidence 1858 and 1876. Since demolished.[1][16][17][18][19]
St Paul's Church Birmingham,
West Midlands
52°29′07″N 1°54′21″W / 52.4853°N 1.9058°W / 52.4853; -1.9058 (St Paul's Church, Birmingham)
St Paul Birmingham.jpg
1822–23 Spire added.[20] I
Macclesfield Town Hall Macclesfield, Cheshire
53°15′38″N 2°07′31″W / 53.2606°N 2.1252°W / 53.2606; -2.1252 (Macclesfield Town Hall)
Macc TH.jpg 1823–24 Greek Revival.[1][21][22] II*
Holy Trinity Church Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire Holy Trinity Church Burton on Trent.jpg 1824 Damaged by fire in 1879, and replaced by another church in 1882.[23]
Leeds Central Market Leeds, West Yorkshire Leeds Central Market 1824 1827.JPG 1824–27 Burnt down 1893.[24][25]
Salford Market Salford,
Greater Manchester
1825 [1]
Old Parsonage Bilston, West Midlands
52°34′00″N 2°04′30″W / 52.5667°N 2.0750°W / 52.5667; -2.0750 (Old Parsonage, Bilston)
Rectory touched IMG 3928.jpg c. 1825 [26][27] II
St Leonard's Church Bilston, West Midlands
52°33′59″N 2°04′31″W / 52.5665°N 2.0753°W / 52.5665; -2.0753 (St Leonard's Church, Bilston)
St. Leonard's Church, Bilston - geograph.org.uk - 281951.jpg 1825–26 Neoclassical[28][29] II
St Paul's Church Walsall, West Midlands
52°35′07″N 1°58′54″W / 52.5853°N 1.9818°W / 52.5853; -1.9818 (St Paul's Church, Walsall)
IMGx 4904 adjusted cropped Saint Paul Walsall circa 1860.jpg 1826 Chancel added in 1852; replaced in 1892–93.[9]
St George's Church Manchester
53°28′20″N 2°15′33″W / 53.4721°N 2.2593°W / 53.4721; -2.2593 (St George's Church, Manchester)
Benkid77 St George's Church, Manchester 250709.JPG 1826–28 Commissioners' church, Neoclassical; now redundant and converted into flats.[1][30][31] II*
St James' Church Oldham, Greater Manchester
53°32′45″N 2°05′43″W / 53.5458°N 2.0954°W / 53.5458; -2.0954 (St James' Church, Oldham)
St James Church, Oldham.jpg 1827–28 Commissioners' church, Neoclassical.[32][33] II
St Mary's Church Bilston, West Midlands
52°33′50″N 2°04′05″W / 52.5639°N 2.0680°W / 52.5639; -2.0680 (St Mary's Church, Bilston)
Church of the Blessed St Mary, Bilston - geograph.org.uk - 1139955.jpg
1827–29 Commissioners' church, Gothic Revival.[28][34] II*
St John the Evangelist's Church Derby
52°55′33″N 1°29′16″W / 52.9258°N 1.4879°W / 52.9258; -1.4879 (St John's Church, Derby)
Church of Saint John The Evangelist Derby IMG 3903 cropped and touched.jpg 1828 Gothic Revival.[35] II*
St. Michael's Church Southampton, Hampshire
50°53′59″N 1°24′19″W / 50.8996°N 1.4052°W / 50.8996; -1.4052 (St Michael's Church, Southampton)
St Michael Southampon.jpg
1828–29 Added galleries.[36] I
Meynell Langley House Kirk Langley, Derbyshire
52°57′17″N 1°33′15″W / 52.9547°N 1.5543°W / 52.9547; -1.5543 (Meynell Langley, Kirk Langley)
Meynell Langley IMG 4886 cropped 20090921.jpg 1829 Added a new front to the country house.[37] II
St Thomas' Church Pendleton, Salford,
Greater Manchester
53°29′32″N 2°17′09″W / 53.4921°N 2.2857°W / 53.4921; -2.2857 (St Thomas' Church, Pendleton)
Pendleton Church.jpg
1829–31 With Richard Lane; Commissioners' church, Gothic Revival.Restored 1887.[38][39][40] II
Old Gaol Derby
52°55′25″N 1°29′29″W / 52.9235°N 1.4913°W / 52.9235; -1.4913 (Old Gaol, Derby)
County Gaol, Derby October 19 2008 IMG 3573.JPG c. 1830 The façade remains.[1][41] II
Gatehouse,
Markree Castle
County Sligo, Ireland 1832 With lodge and castellated tower.[42]
Lodge, Teddesley Hall Near Penkridge, Staffordshire 1835 A lodge to the now-demolished hall.[43][44]
Lissadell House County Sligo, Ireland
54°20′48″N 8°34′51″W / 54.3467°N 8.5808°W / 54.3467; -8.5808 (Lissadell House)
Lissadell House Copyright Nigel Aspdin.jpg 1836 (completed) Built for Sir Robert Gore-Booth.[1][45]

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