Rushworth and Dreaper
Rushworth and Dreaper was a firm of organ builders based in Liverpool, England Upon its bankruptcy, its archives were mostly destroyed, and the Victorian clock in the works tower was removed. The premises are now occupied by Henry Willis & Sons.
Organs built by the company (in date order)
- St Oswald's Church, Winwick, 1838.
- St Mary's Church, Knowsley, 1913.
- Liverpool Collegiate School, 1913.
- Eastcliffe Congregational Church, Bournemouth, 1914.
- St Barnabas' Church, Bromborough, 1923.
- St Hildeburgh's Church, Hoylake, 1924 (?)
- St Andrew's Church, West Kirby, 1925.
- St. Laurence and All Saints Church, Eastwood, Essex, 1925
- St Michael's & All Angels Church, Windmill Hill, Bedminster, Bristol, 1927 - Opening recital by Mr W. Maynard Rushworth.
- Malvern Priory, 1927.
- The Queen's College, Oxford, 1931.
- Christ's Hospital School chapel, Horsham, 1931.
- St Marys Church, Northop Hall,1931
- Howden Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire, 1933.
- All Hallows Church, Whitchurch, Hampshire, 1935
- St. Margaret's Church, Aspley, 1936.
- St. Cuthberts Church Brislington Bristol, 1937.
- St. Michael and All Angels Church, Bassett, Hampshire, 1937.
- Holy Cross Church, Woodchurch, 1938.
- St John's Church, Wainfelin, 1938.
- Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling 1940.
- All Saints Church, Clifton, Bristol, 1946 (the previous organ built by "Harrison & Harrison" was destroyed by German bombing in 1940).
- St Peter's Church, Heswall, 1947.
- Heathfield Road Welsh Presbyterian Church Liverpool - largely demolished 2011 Installed by Rushworth & Dreaper in 1950. Dismantled November 2010 by Jardines for a private owner and moved in several lorries to another former Welsh Presbyterian chapel in Mid Wales for restoration along with some contemporary contents from the since demolished Liverpool Church. Evidence uncovered by Jardines and new owner indicates that this tubular pneumatic instrument was probably rebuilt from a much earlier 19th-century Hope-Jones Organ. There are traces of some tracking, the feet and detail of the wooden pipes are typical of Hope-Jones and have the same paint colours as Hope-Jones examples observed elsewhere. Several cast iron weights from the regulators are cast with the words HOPE JONES and two others have N & L (?) castings. More details on National Pipe Organ Register.
- Royal Memorial Chapel, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst 1950
- The Great Hall, Goldsmiths College, London.
- St Saviour's Church, Oxton.
- St Mary the Virgin, Hennock, Devon, 1954.
- St Andrew's Church, Plymouth, 1957.
- St.Martin's Baguley, Manchester, 1960.
- Guildford Cathedral, 1961.
- Liverpool Philharmonic, 1961.
- St Michael and All Angels Church, Hawkshead, Cumbria. 1965.
- Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and Saint Nicholas (Galway Cathedral), Galway, Republic of Ireland, 1966
- Church of the Ascension, Kenton, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1966
- Mold Parish Church, 1972.
- Holy Trinity Brompton Church, London, 1974 (formerly the organ was at St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street, London).
- Parish of St Benedict Ealing Abbey, London, 1974.
- The Chapel of the Resurrection, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 1978
- The Cathedral of St David, Kudeti, Ibadan, Nigeria 1984
- Stephen Bicknell. The History of the English Organ (Cambridge University Press, 1999).
- Lancashire (Merseyside), Knowsley, St. Mary (D07779), British Institute of Organ Studies, retrieved 6 August 2011
- "The impact of the proposed expansion of Southend Airport on nearby parish churches" (PDF). Church Buildings Council of the Church of England. July 2009. pp. 53–59. Retrieved 16 January 2011.
- Bicknell, 1999, p. 375.
- St. Michael And All Angels Church.
- Church organs at All Saints, Clifton.
- St. Mary the Virgin, Hennock.
- Bicknell, 1999, p333.
- St Michael and All Angels, Hawkshead - a bit of History.
- Galway Cathedral webpage
- Rushworth and Dreaper (Dave Nicholas - Cinema organist)