William Day (architect)

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William Day
Born Gallagh, County Wexford
Nationality British / Irish (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland)
Occupation Architect, Builder,[1]

William Day was an Irish architect and builder active in the southeast of Ireland in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. He was related to architects John Day and Martin Day, both of County Wexford.[1] His only known design was for the replacement St. Mary's Church of Ireland Church, Kilmore, County Wexford (1798–1802), although he was not responsible for the tower (1889), annexe (1898), and later vestry (1935).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Irish Architectural Archive, Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720-1940.DAY, William(Accessed 12 Oct 2010)
  2. ^ Churches of the Diocese of Ferns (Dublin: Booklink, 2004), 88