Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of London. 'Mr. J. Wornell, architect, London' was reported in the Irish Builder in June 1910 as having designed two gate lodges at Killarney House for the fifth Earl of Kenmare.(1) This was presumably John Wornell, who is recorded in the English census of 1901 as a twenty-two-year-old architect and surveyor, living in Wandsworth. His father, John Wornell, is described as a stonemason in the 1881 census and as a 'clerk superintending the erection of buildings' in the 1901 census.


(1) IB 52, 11 Jun 1910, 378.

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Date: 1910
Nature: 2 gate lodges to be built for 5th Earl of Kenmare 'from the designs of Mr. J. Wornell, architect, London'.. Tender of Hearne & Sons, Waterford accepted.
Refs: IB 52, 11 Jun 1910, 378