Joseph Welland

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Joseph Welland
Born (1798-05-06)May 6, 1798
Midleton, County Cork
Died March 6, 1860(1860-03-06) (aged 61)
Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Occupation Architect
Known for building many Church of Ireland churches

Joseph Welland (6 May 1798 - 6 March 1860) was born in Middleton, County Cork and became an Irish Architect for the Board of First Fruits and later the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. He was as a student to John Bowden and became his assistant and is noted to have designed many churches and schools around Ireland.[1]

While working with John Bowden with the Board of First Fruits, he shared some of Bowden's works. These include St. Philip and St. James Church, Booterstown and [[St Stephen's Church, Dublin |St. Stephen's Church, Mount Street (The Pepper Canister)]], both of which Joseph Welland had to complete himself after Bowden's death in 1821.

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