1869 Goetre National School, Mon; BoW230; alts 1872 MM 14.6.72 by THW)
18?? Adds Nantyderry House, Goetre, Mon; BoW)
1870 Evancoyd ch, Evenjobb, Rad; Br 1.10.70; BoW 1866-70; GR ‘last word in insensitive conventionality’; for B Mynors of Evancoyd; Evanjobb ch 1869 MS;)
c1870 The New Seat, Evancoyd, Evenjobb, Rad; for B Mynors; JMR from Br nd; BoW says c1835; LHW: blt for son of Baskerville-Mynors family of Evancoyd House killed pre completion poss Arthur Baskerville-Mynors killed Zulu War 1879; dem; ill LHW;
1870-2 Adds The Hendre, Mon, for JA Rolls MP; drawings mostly by Henry Pope, THW clerk, JMR 204; BoW)
1871 ?rest Corwen ch, Mer; CG90; JMR Br obit nd; ?error for Glyndyfrdwy ch; rest by Benjamin Ferrey 1870-1, ICBS)
Star Cross, unid Ital house, ?not in Wales, Mrs J Don drawings;
adds Swansea Gaol obit;
adds Nantyderry, Goetre, Mon;
Attr Pantasaph Friary, Flints, des 1852, blt 1858-65, for Lord Fielding; BoW 414;
WYATVILLE, Sir JEFFRY l766-l840, son of Joseph Wyatt & nephew of Samuel & James; Colvin; Biog by Derek Linstrum 1972; Worked for Lord Cawdor in SW Wales, Henry Ashton was assistant. Son George J Wyatt 1804-33 was architect briefly. Works in Colvin from 1799;
c1790 ?Gresford Lodge, Gresford, Denbs; TD 1844 363; but Colvin quotes 1795 guide by J. Aikin that by James Wyatt;
1806 Nantybelan Tower, Wynnstay, Denbs, mem to men of Ancient British Fencibles who fell in Ireland 1798; mostly collapsed, BoW 316; JMR 274; signed drawing in BM; c1810, Colvin; TD; CL 6.4.1972;)
l82lff ?adds Stackpole Court, Pmbs, for 1st Earl Cawdor w H Ashton; ‘after 1821’ Colvin 1978 but not 1995 ed, only 1839 work; JMR 273 c1832 inc bridge, ref Neale, 5, 1822, & TD 1849; bridge l832, stables 1844 (by Ashton); BoW gives only 1839;
l826-37 Golden Grove, Cms, for lst Earl Cawdor; RA l829; CRO Cawdor 2/85-8; 2/130; Linstrum 236: house 1826-31, offices 1832, stables 1834; JMR272; BoW; similar design to Lilleshall, Salop; Henry Ashton supervised; Colvin;.
c1832 ?Bridge, Stackpole Court, Pmbs; JMR 273 says house remodelled and a bridge built for 1st Earl Cawdor c1832; TD1849 not 1833ed; Neale, Seats, 5, 1822; Colvin says Bridge 1832 quoting Linstrum 248; ?not Eight-arch Bridge of 1796-7, ?the One-arch Bridge, called ‘earlier C19 remodelling of an earlier bridge’ BoW 463.
1839-40 alts Stackpole Court, Pmbs, for 1st Earl Cawdor; BoW 462; TD 1849 2 373; Colvin; ‘extremely plain alterations’ BoW; exec H Ashton, who altered stables 1844 (Colvin) and des Brewhouse and dairymaids’ quarters (BoW) and prob the Garden Cottage; attrib Summerhouse in Lodge Park Wood to JW;
c1840 April Cottage, Golden Grove, Cms; BoW; but possibly by Ashton; Tudor almshouse design sim to mid-C19 Widows’ cottages, stackpole, Pembs, called mid-C19 BoW 459 and not attrib.
WYNDHAM, CAROLINE. Wife of Thomas Wyndham of Dunraven Castle Glam.
1802-6 des Dunraven Castle, St Brides Major, Glam, blt by Charles Wallis of Swansea qv; LHW rev edn; Seat of Earls of Dunraven, alts 1858 Egbert Moxham and 1886-8 George Devey, exec James Williams; dem;
WYNN, THOMAS, 1st Lord Newborough. 1736-1807. Amateur architect; Colvin: villa in Kent Kingsgate 1762 for Lord Holland, and for Holland’s son Chas James Fox des Temple of Friendship c1805 at St Anns Hill, Chertsey. Probably des Fort Williamsburg, Llandwrog, Caerns, 1761, on his Glynllifon estate, to train his militia against French and Fort Belan, Llandwrog, Caerns, c1775, at S entrance to Menai Strait against Americans.
WYNNE, J. Manchester
WYNNE-ROBERTS, R. O. Civil engineer, surveyor Llandudno UDC, Carnarvon Corporation and Oswestry Corporation, water engineer Cape Town Council; in Toronto 1920 WW in W 1920.
WYNNE-THOMAS, DAN see Dan Wynne Thomas.
YATES, JAMES. Mason. Bromyard
1790-3 mason W front, St Davids Cathedral, Pmbs, for John Nash; Suggett 108;
YENN, JOHN London 1750-1821; Colvin; pupil of W Chambers; in Office of Works, retired 1819. 1811-14 rebuilt King Charles block at Greenwich Hospital w HH Seward;
c1790 Llanfyllin TH, Mont; Colvin; dem 1960; RA 1791 as to be built, but BoW says blt 1789;
YOCKNEY, S. W. Engineer, Westminster. ?same as S. H. Yockney who designed viaduct at Tintern, Mon, c1865, to carry branch from Wye Valley Rlwy over Wye to Tintern Wireworks; steel-truss spans; BoW; firm did tunnels for Brunel, BSW 2 150 n 50;
1884-5 tunnel under R Neath, Briton Ferry, Glam, for Rhondda & Swansea Bay Rlwy, 1490 yds, abandoned for swing bridge, see below;
1892-4 Neath River Swing Bridge, Briton Ferry, Glam, for Rhondda & Swansea Bay Rlwy; girders by E. Finch & Co Chepstow; res eng F E Goldwyre; contr George Palmer, Neath; BoW 463;
1903-11 Lampeter to Aberaeron railway, Cd. Employed to plan two routes, Llandeilo to Lampeter and Lampeter to Aberaeron. 1903-6 abortive first Lampeter to Aberaeron scheme, w Jackson & Co, London, contrs. Blt 1908-11, Edward Nuttall & Co contrs. Stations Aberayron, Ystrad (Felinfach), halts at Silian, Talsarn and Ciliau. MRC Price, The Lampeter, Aberayron & New Quay light Rlwy, 1995.
YORKE, ROSENBERG & MARDALL. See also Cyril Sjostrom
1949 Housing, Brynmawr, Mon, for rubber factory workers; BoW
YOUNG, CHARLES. Builder, Pembroke Dock. 1 Gwyther St.
c1900 Unex plans for Bush House, Pembroke, Pmbs; McGarvie, The Meyricks of Bush; house des by George Morgan & Son)
1901-4 Bldr Coronation School, Meyrick St, Pembroke Dock, Pmbs, by George Morgan & Son; Charles Young contr, opened HMT 11.5.04.