List of works by Edmund Kirby

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Edmund Kirby (1838–1920) was an English architect. He was born in Liverpool, educated at Sedgeley Park School and Oscott College. He was articled to E. W. Pugin, then worked for Hardman & Co., and for John Douglas in Chester. By 1863 he was practising in Birkenhead and by 1866 his office was in Derby Buildings, 24 Fenwick Street, Liverpool. He was a Roman Catholic and he designed many churches for that denomination. Most of his work was in Liverpool, the northwest of England, and North Wales. He designed 14 churches for the Diocese of Shrewsbury and built 15 Roman Catholic schools. In addition he designed a great variety of other buildings.[1] Two of his sons joined him in his business, which is still in existence.[2] Many of his commissions were for Roman Catholic buildings.[3]

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[4]
II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest
II Buildings of national importance and special interest

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
St Wilfrid's Church Northwich, Cheshire
53°15′45″N 2°30′22″W / 53.2626°N 2.5062°W / 53.2626; -2.5062 (St Wilfrid's Church, Northwich)
1864–66 A new church in red brick with a slated flèche.[5]
St Mary's Church Middlewich, Cheshire
53°11′41″N 2°26′32″W / 53.1946°N 2.4422°W / 53.1946; -2.4422 (St Mary's Church, Middlewich)
1865 A new church in red brick.[6]
Dee House Chester, Cheshire
53°11′20″N 2°53′14″W / 53.1888°N 2.8872°W / 53.1888; -2.8872 (Dee House, Chester)
1867 Kirby added a convent wing to the house that dates from about 1730. It is in Gothic Revival style, while the rest of the house is Georgian.[7][8] II
Dene House Great Budworth, Cheshire
53°17′43″N 2°30′36″W / 53.2954°N 2.5101°W / 53.2954; -2.5101 (Dene House, Great Budworth)
1868–69 For Rowland Egerton-Warburton of Arley Hall.[9]
St Clare's Convent Pantasaph, Flintshire, Wales
53°16′22″N 3°15′46″W / 53.2729°N 3.2628°W / 53.2729; -3.2628 (St Clare's Convent, Pantasaph)
1868–1907 The convent was built in phases. It closed in 1977.[10]
Sacred Heart Church Hindsford, Greater Manchester
53°11′28″N 2°52′57″W / 53.1911°N 2.8824°W / 53.1911; -2.8824 (Sacred Heart Church, Hindsford)
1869 A new church.[11][12] II
St Werburgh's Church Chester, Cheshire
53°11′28″N 2°52′57″W / 53.1911°N 2.8824°W / 53.1911; -2.8824 (St Werburgh's Church, Chester)
St Werburgh's RC Church, Grosvenor Park Road, Chester - DSC07981.JPG
1873–75 A new church in French lancet style. A narthex was made in 1913–14, also by Kirby.[13][14] II
St Gregory's Church Farnworth, Greater Manchester
53°32′54″N 2°23′25″W / 53.5483°N 2.3904°W / 53.5483; -2.3904 (St Gregory's Church, Farnworth)
1873–75 A new church with lancet windows and a north transept. Now redundant, its parish having been united with that of Our Lady of Lourdes.[15][16]
St Anne's Church Ormskirk, Lancashire
53°33′46″N 2°53′35″W / 53.5627°N 2.8930°W / 53.5627; -2.8930 (St Anne's Church, Ormskirk)
St Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Ormskirk - geograph.org.uk - 536389.jpg 1874 Kirby designed the high altar for the church dating from 1850.[17][18] II
Blessed Sacrament Church Walton, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°27′44″N 2°57′37″W / 53.4621°N 2.9603°W / 53.4621; -2.9603 (Blessed Sacrament Church, Walton)
1876–78 A new, plain, church in buff sandstone.[19]
Redcourt Prenton, Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′14″N 3°02′57″W / 53.3872°N 3.0493°W / 53.3872; -3.0493 (Redcourt, Prenton)
1876–79 Built as a house for George Rae. Later became St Anselm's Junior School.[20] II
St Thomas' Church Waterloo, Merseyside
53°28′19″N 3°01′27″W / 53.4719°N 3.0241°W / 53.4719; -3.0241 (St Thomas' Church, Waterloo)
1877 A new church in buff sandstone.[21]
Methodist Church Weaverham, Cheshire
53°15′45″N 2°34′52″W / 53.2624°N 2.5812°W / 53.2624; -2.5812 (Methodist Church, Weaverham)
1878 Possibly by Kirby; in orange brick.[22][23] II
Our Lady's Church Lydiate, Merseyside
53°32′23″N 2°57′36″W / 53.5396°N 2.9600°W / 53.5396; -2.9600 (Our Lady's Church, Lydiate)
Our Lady's R.C.Church, Lydiate - geograph.org.uk - 1102937.jpg 1878 Kirby added the reredos to the church of 1854–55 by J. J. Scholes.[24] II
St Michael and All Angels Church Little Leigh, Cheshire
53°16′44″N 2°34′42″W / 53.2790°N 2.5783°W / 53.2790; -2.5783 (St Werburgh's Church, Chester)
Little Leigh St Michael 3.jpg 1878–79 A new church in orange brick with lancet windows and a spire over the central space.[25][26] II
Our Lady's Church Parbold, Lancashire
53°35′29″N 2°45′50″W / 53.5913°N 2.7639°W / 53.5913; -2.7639 (Our Lady's Church, Parbold)
Our Lady and All Saints RC Church, Parbold - geograph.org.uk - 702740.jpg
1878–84 A new church with a steeple, costing £12,000 (£1,120,000 as of 2015).[27][28][29] II
Trident House 31–33 Dale Street, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°24′28″N 2°59′22″W / 53.4079°N 2.9894°W / 53.4079; -2.9894 (Trident House, Liverpool)
1879 Built for the Liverpool Reform Club, it has since been used as shops and offices. It was remodelled in the late 20th century.[30][31] II
The Tower Rainhill, Merseyside
53°24′20″N 2°45′14″W / 53.4055°N 2.7539°W / 53.4055; -2.7539 (The Tower, Rainhill)
Tower College, Rainhill.jpg 1879–80 A house extended by Kirby. Later Tower College School.[32]
Mere Hall Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°22′47″N 3°03′42″W / 53.3797°N 3.0616°W / 53.3797; -3.0616 (Mere Hall, Birkenhead)
1879–82 A new house built for Sir John Gray Hill, a marine lawyer; since divided into flats. The lodge, and the gatepiers and adjoining walls are also each listed at Grade II.[33][34][35][36] II
Dene Wellhouse Great Budworth, Cheshire
53°17′34″N 2°30′32″W / 53.2928°N 2.5090°W / 53.2928; -2.5090 (Dene Wellhouse, Great Budworth)
1880 For Rowland Egerton-Warburton of Arley Hall.[9][37] II
Midland Bank Llanrwst, Conwy, Wales
53°08′27″N 3°47′57″W / 53.1409°N 3.7992°W / 53.1409; -3.7992 (Midland Bank, Llanrwst)
1880 Built to house a bank, (then the North and South Wales Bank), a public hall, and a magistrates' court.[38]
Rathmore Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′04″N 3°03′58″W / 53.3844°N 3.0661°W / 53.3844; -3.0661 (Rathmore, Birkenhead)
c. 1880s A new house.[33][39] II
Venice Chambers Lord Street, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°24′19″N 2°59′15″W / 53.4054°N 2.9874°W / 53.4054; -2.9874 (Venice Chambers, Liverpool)
1882 With a Gothic parapet and decorative brickwork.[40]
Arnot Street Schools Walton, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°26′33″N 2°58′11″W / 53.4426°N 2.9697°W / 53.4426; -2.9697 (Arnot Street Schools, Walton)
1884–94 A long range of red brick buildings.[41][42] II
Church of St Thomas Aquinas and St Stephen Harding Market Drayton, Shropshire
52°54′15″N 2°28′49″W / 52.9041°N 2.4802°W / 52.9041; -2.4802 (Church of St Thomas Aquinas and St Stephen Harding, Market Drayton)
1886 New church in yellow brick with stripes of red brick.[43][44]
St Cross Church Appleton Thorn, Cheshire
53°21′01″N 2°32′44″W / 53.3503°N 2.5456°W / 53.3503; -2.5456 (St Cross Church, Appleton Thorn)
St Cross Church, Appleton Thorn.jpg 1886–87 Built for Rowland Egerton-Warburton of Arley Hall.[45][46] II
Saint Francis Xavier's Church Liverpool, Merseyside
53°24′48″N 2°58′11″W / 53.4132°N 2.9698°W / 53.4132; -2.9698 (Saint Francis Xavier's Church, Liverpool)
Liverpool SFX.jpg
1888 Kirby added the Sodality Chapel to the church of 1842 by Joseph John Scoles. It is "virtually an independent building" and described as a "showpiece".[47][48] II*
Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea Seacombe, Wallasey, Wirral, Merseyside
53°24′41″N 3°01′35″W / 53.4114°N 3.0264°W / 53.4114; -3.0264 (Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Seacombe)
Our Lady's RC Church, Cavendish Street, Birkenhead - geograph.org.uk - 1409407.jpg 1888–89 A new church in red and buff stone.[49][50] II
St Lawrence's Church Birkenhead, Merseyside 1889–90 Stood in Beckwith Street; now demolished.[51]
12 Hanover Street Liverpool, Merseyside
53°24′09″N 2°59′09″W / 53.4025°N 2.9858°W / 53.4025; -2.9858 (12 Hanover Street, Liverpool)
1889–90 A curved block in red brick and terracotta built for Ellis and Company, consisting of ground floor offices with warehouses above, and incorporating a warehouse of 1863 in Argyle Street.[52]
Rainbow House Walton, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°26′33″N 2°58′13″W / 53.4426°N 2.9703°W / 53.4426; -2.9703 (Rainbow House, Walton)
c. 1890 Built as school board offices, later a nursery school.[53] II
Providence Cottage Great Budworth, Cheshire
53°17′40″N 2°30′17″W / 53.2944°N 2.5046°W / 53.2944; -2.5046 (Providence Cottage, Great Budworth)
1891 For Rowland Egerton-Warburton of Arley Hall.[54][55] II
Church Hall Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, Manchester
53°27′53″N 2°13′51″W / 53.4648°N 2.2309°W / 53.4648; -2.2309 (Church Hall, Manchester)
1892 Brick hall, later converted in to a public house.[56]
St John's Church High Legh, Cheshire
53°21′11″N 2°27′06″W / 53.3531°N 2.4518°W / 53.3531; -2.4518 (St John's Church, High Legh)
High Legh Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 1522518.jpg
1893 A virtually new timber-framed church built to replace a chapel by Thomas Harrison that had been destroyed by fire.[57][58] II
Sacred Heart Church Chorley, Lancashire
53°38′58″N 2°37′17″W / 53.6495°N 2.6213°W / 53.6495; -2.6213 (Sacred Heart Church, Chorley)
Sacred Heart Church, Chorley.jpg 1894 A new church in red and yellow sandstone.[59][60] II
Shakespeare Cottage Port Sunlight, Wirral, Merseyside 1896 A reproduction of Shakespeare's Birthplace, demolished in 1938.[61]
St Hildeburgh's Church Hoylake, Wirral, Merseyside
53°23′27″N 3°11′01″W / 53.3909°N 3.1837°W / 53.3909; -3.1837 (St Hildeburgh's Church, Hoylake)
Church of St Hildeburgh, Hoylake - geograph.org.uk - 1502795.jpg 1897–99 A new church in brick and terracotta.[62][63] II
The York Dispensary York, North Yorkshire
53°57′41″N 1°05′04″W / 53.9614°N 1.0844°W / 53.9614; -1.0844 (The York Dispensary)
1897–99 Built as a dispensary, and as offices for a solicitors' practice.[64] II
49–53 Corniche Road Port Sunlight, Wirral, Merseyside
53°21′16″N 2°59′37″W / 53.3544°N 2.9936°W / 53.3544; -2.9936 (49–53 Corniche Road, Port Sunlight)
1899 A row of three brick houses.[65] II
40–50 Primrose Hill Port Sunlight, Wirral, Merseyside
53°21′27″N 3°00′00″W / 53.3574°N 3.0001°W / 53.3574; -3.0001 (40–50 Primrose Hill, Port Sunlight)
1899 A terrace of six brick houses.[66] II
Holy Name of Jesus Church Oxton, Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′05″N 3°03′20″W / 53.3846°N 3.0556°W / 53.3846; -3.0556 (Holy Name of Jesus Church, Oxton)
1899–1900 A church in the grounds of Kirby's house.[67]
St Joseph's Church Tranmere, Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°22′43″N 3°01′51″W / 53.3787°N 3.0308°W / 53.3787; -3.0308 (St Joseph's Church, Tranmere)
1899–1900 A long church in red brick.[68] II
Shrewsbury Cathedral Shrewsbury, Shropshire
52°42′19″N 2°45′14″W / 52.7053°N 2.7540°W / 52.7053; -2.7540 (Shrewsbury Cathedral)
Shrewsbury Cathedral.JPG 1901 Kirby added a southeast chapel, and in 1906–07, a west porch.[69][70] II*
Barclay's Bank Parliament Street, York,
North Yorkshire
53°57′30″N 1°04′51″W / 53.9584°N 1.0808°W / 53.9584; -1.0808 (Barclay's Bank, York)
Barclays Bank, York - geograph.org.uk - 1059302.jpg 1901 Has since been altered.[71] II
St Michael's Church Haunton, Staffordshire
52°41′42″N 1°39′01″W / 52.6949°N 1.6502°W / 52.6949; -1.6502 (St Michael's Church, Haunton)
Catholic Church of SS Michael and James, Haunton.jpg 1901–02 A new church in stone, with a timber-framed bellcote and porch.[72][73] II
St Wilfrid's Church Preston, Lancashire
53°45′26″N 2°42′10″W / 53.7573°N 2.7028°W / 53.7573; -2.7028 (St Wilfrid's Church, Preston)
North end of St Wilfrid's Church, Chapel Street, Preston - geograph.org.uk - 1640712.jpg
1902 Kirby added a baptistry.[74][75] II*
Church of St Peter and St Francis Prestatyn, Denbighshire, Wales
53°19′59″N 3°23′57″W / 53.3331°N 3.3991°W / 53.3331; -3.3991 (St Vincent de Paul's Church, Altrincham)
1903 Kirby designed the red brick church, and the adjoining presbytery, both of which are listed at Grade II.[76][77][78] II
St Vincent de Paul's Church Altrincham, Greater Manchester
53°23′11″N 2°21′22″W / 53.3864°N 2.3560°W / 53.3864; -2.3560 (St Vincent de Paul's Church, Altrincham)
1904–05 A red brick church with furnishings in alabaster and marble.[79][80]
Queen Victoria Monument Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′37″N 3°00′58″W / 53.39359°N 3.01602°W / 53.39359; -3.01602 (Queen Victoria Monument, Birkenhead)
Monument to Queen Victoria, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead 2.JPG
1905 Built in the centre of the square to commemorate Queen Victoria.[81][82] II
Our Lady and the Apostles' Church Stockport, Greater Manchester
53°24′09″N 2°09′41″W / 53.4026°N 2.1613°W / 53.4026; -2.1613 (Our Lady and the Apostles' Church, Stockport)
Our Lady And The Apostles Catholic Church, Stockport - geograph.org.uk - 1290723.jpg
1905 A new church in red brick. The attached presbytery is also by Kirby.[83]
Manor Road School Liscard, Wirral, Merseyside 1905 [84]
Edward VII Memorial Clock Tower Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′21″N 3°01′15″W / 53.38919°N 3.02092°W / 53.38919; -3.02092 (Edward VII Memorial Clock Tower, Birkenhead)
Edward VII Memorial.jpg
1911 Paid for by public subscription as a memorial to Edward VII.[85] II
St Michael and the Holy Angels' Church West Bromwich, West Midlands
52°31′07″N 1°59′42″W / 52.5187°N 1.9949°W / 52.5187; -1.9949 (St Michael and the Holy Angels' Church, West Bromwich)
Catholic Church, West Bromwich - geograph.org.uk - 1537736.jpg
1911 Kirby added the tower and spire to the church built in 1875–77.[86] II
St John the Baptist's Church Meols, Wirral, Merseyside
53°24′06″N 3°09′42″W / 53.4016°N 3.1617°W / 53.4016; -3.1617 (St John the Baptist's Church, Meols)
St John the Baptist Church, Meols, Wirral - IMG 0808.JPG 1911–13 A church with the chancel incomplete, and the tower unbuilt.[62]
Chapter house
Birkenhead Priory
Birkenhead, Merseyside
53°23′24″N 3°00′41″W / 53.3900°N 3.0115°W / 53.3900; -3.0115 (Birkenhead Priory)
1913–14 Kirby designed a room in the chapter house that serves as a clubhouse and chapel for the Friends of the former HMS Conway.[87][88] II*

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