Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Surveyor, who may have come from Yorkshire, was employed on the Co. Wicklow and Co.Kildare estates of William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 4th Earl Fitzwilliam from 1772 or earlier until 1792 or later. The documents created by 'S. Scott' or Solomon Scott in the Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments in the Sheffield Archives consist of the following: valuations of the Earl's Irish estate (1772 and 1775);(1) a survey ground plan of Malton House, Co. Wicklow, and its outbuildings with an accompanying letter (1775);(2) a design for a new stable and coach house block at Malton House (1775);(3) undated north, south and west elevations of Malton House, drawn in collaboration with ENOCH JOHNSTON ENOCH JOHNSTON ;(4) a survey of Gigginstown, Halverstown and part of Naas (1785) with a copy showing the line of an intended canal from Kilcullen Bridge (1788),(5) and a 'sketch of the rivers, brooks, principal roads and towns lying between Wicklow and Arklow and between Wicklow and Carnew' (1792).(6)


(1) WWM/A/771,773.
(2) WWM/MP/29/1.
(3) WWM/MP/29/1.
(4) WWM/MP/29/4-6.
(5) WWM/MP/21/1.
(6) WWM/MP/23.

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Date: 1775
Nature: Proposed new stables and coach house.
Refs: Signed and dated elevation and plan in Sheffield Archives, Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments, WWM/MP/29/1.