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NOTE: the following lists are subject to addition and correction
A more comprehensive list of E W Pugin buildings can be seen on this website under 'Gazetteer of E W Pugin'.
The Churches of EW and PP Pugin
This list is intended to include all the churches and chapels during the career of Peter Paul Pugin. The major churches by E W Pugin are included since they may have had an influence on P P Pugin's designs. Designs for college buildings and presbyteries are not included.
1834: Edward Welby Pugin born
1853: Our Lady Immaculate and St Cuthbert, Crook, Co Durham; EW Pugin
1856: Our Lady of Help, Town Walls, Shrewsbury, now Cathedral; EW Pugin
1856: Our Lady Immaculate, St Domingo Road, Everton, Liverpool. Demolished. Lady Chapel of scheme for Liverpool Cathedral.
1856: St Vincent de Paul, St James Street, Liverpool; EW Pugin
1857: Holy Cross, Croston, Lancashire. Small estate church; EW Pugin
1858: Our Lady and St Hubert, St Hubert's Road, Great Harwood, Lancashire. EW Pugin and Murray
1859-60: Our Lady of la Salette, Liverpool; EW Pugin
1859-60, St Mary Immaculate, Warwick; EW Pugin (information by Gerard Hyland)
1860: St Michael Abbey, Belmont, Herefordshire; Peter Paul Pugin from 1860 onwards
1860-1: St Anne, Westby, Kirkham, North Lancashire; EW Pugin nave and chancel in one
1861: St Edward, Thurloe Street, Fallowfeild, Manchester; EW Pugin
1861-5: St Michael, West Derby Road, Everton, Liverpool; EW Pugin
1862: St Mary, Poldaret, Haddington.
1862: St Anne, Chester Road, Stretford, near Manchester; EW Pugin
1862: St Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, near Standon and Puckeridge, Hertfordshire. Schofield Chantry.
1863: St Peter, Greengate, Salford; EW Pugin
1863: St Henry and Elizabeth, Sheerness, Kent; EW Pugin
1863: Convent of Our Lady of Charity and Refuge, Bartestree, Herefordshire; EW Pugin
1864: Our Lady and All Saints, New Road, Stourbridge, Worcestershire; EW Pugin
1864: St Marie, Lugsdale Road, Widnes; EW Pugin
1864: Our Lady of Redemption, Wellesley Road, Croydon. Altered by FA Walters.
1864: St Hubert, Dunsop Bridge, Yorkshire; EW Pugin
1864-6: Our Lady of Sorrows, Bird & Bush Road, Camberwell.
1865: St Mary, Euxton, North Lancashire; EW Pugin
1865: St Catherine, Kingsdown, Kent; EW Pugin.
1865-7: St Joseph, York Road, Birkdale, Southport, Lancashire; EW Pugin
1866: St Francis, Gorton, Manchester; EW Pugin
1866: Our Blessed Lady and St Joseph, Leadgate, Durham; EW Pugin
1866: Chancel and transepts to Mount St Mary, Leeds; EW Pugin
1866-7: St Mary, Duke Street, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire; EW Pugin
1867: St Paul's, Maison Dieu Road, Dover; EW Pugin
1867-8: St Mary, Fleetwood; EW Pugin
1867-8: All Saints, Barton on Irwell; EW Pugin
1868: Two colleges at Mark Cross, Sussex; EW Pugin
1868: St Begh, Coach Road, Whitehaven; EW Pugin
1869: St Peter and St Paul, Cork, Ireland
1869: Convent School, Mayfield, Sussex
1869-72: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Cleator (north end of town; EW Pugin.
1871: Stanbrook Abbey, Powick, Worcestershire; EW Pugin
1874: Glenfinnan Church; EW Pugin.
1875 Edward Welby Pugin dies
1875: Pugin & Pugin start practice with Ashlin.
ND: Hall at Oscott. Designed by EW but built by PP
1875: Ratcliffe College, Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreak, Leicestershire, Chapel
1875: St Anne Rommer, Highfield Road, Rockferry, Birkenhead, designed by EW Pugin, completed by PP Pugin. Aisles later.
1875-6: The English Martyrs, London. EW Pugin but PP influence.
1876: Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Birkenhead, chancel, (the rest by EW Pugin)
1876: Our Lady Star of the Sea, Workington. EW Pugin but PP influence.
1877: St Mary, Buttermarket, Warrington. EW design but PP influence. Tower 1906
1877: Clelland, Lanarkshire. Presbytery only.
1878: Fort Augustus Abbey.
1878-81: St Francis, Gorbals, Glasgow. With Ashlin. Chancel and Chapels 1894.
1880: Ashlin and C W Pugin leave Pugin & Pugin
1880: Our Lady, Higher Walton Road, Walton-le-dale, Lancashire
1880: Scheme for St Paul., West Derby, Liverpool. Church built by Pugin & Pugin 1912.
1880: Corbelly Hill Convent, Dumfries. Including the Chapel.
1881: St Francis Xavier Cathedral, Adelaide, Australia. Alterations to a building by Hansom.
1881: Sacred Heart, Walmer, Kent
1881: Scheme for Church School, Crosshill, Glasgow.
1882: St Margaret, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. Transepts, chapels and sanctuary for an earlier church.
1882: St Mary, Carfin, Lanarkshire. Demolished.
1882: St Margaret, Kinning Park, Glasgow.
1882: Our Lady of Good Aid, Motherwell. Unbuilt design with tower. Different design built in 1900.
1883: Holy Family, Mossend, Lanarkshire.
1884-5: St Mary's, Liverpool, A W N Pugin church rebuilt on a new site. Destroyed by bomb damage and rebuilt.
1884-7: St David's, Cardiff (now the cathedral, dates from Glamorgan by John Newman)
1885: St James, Spanish Place, London. Competition entry. Builder 18.7.85.
1886: Sacred Heart, Liverpool.
1887: St Anthony of Padua Forest Gate, West Ham, London
1887: St Charles Hove , Hereford
1888: St Ethelbert, Bargates, Leominster (information by Tom Pellow)
1888: St Sylvester, Silvester Street, Liverpool.
1888: St Thomas and English Martyrs, Garstang Road, Preston, Lancashire. Enlargement of an EW Pugin church of 1853-7. South west tower not built.
1888: St Michael, Linlithgow.
1888: St Joseph, Greenhill, Swansea (now the cathedral of the diocese of Menevia).
1888-9: St Elizabeth RC, Bescar, Scarisbrick, Lancashire
1888-9: St Anne, Edge Hill, Liverpool. Transepts and chancel for an 1845 church by Charles Hansom
1889-94: St Peter's College, Bearsden
1890: St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow. Furnishings
1890: St Mary, St Mary Street, Crewe, Cheshire
1890: Ushaw College, Co Durham. Furnishings.
1890-1: Our Lady Star of the Sea, St Anne's Road East, St Anne's, Lancashire
1891: St Bridget, Bailleston, Glasgow.
1891: St John, Port Glasgow. Chancel for earlier church.
1891: St Mary, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
1891: St Mary, Paisley
1892: Blessed Virgin Mary, Brownedge, Bamber Bridge, North Lancashire, Steeple 1867-8 by another architect.
1893: St Agnes, Lambhill, Glasgow.
1893: Holy Family & St Ninian, Kirkintilloch.
1893: Work at The Grange, Ramsgate. St Joseph's Chapel, altar and Stations of the Cross.
1893: St Alban, Bewsey Street, West Warrington. Chancel.
1894: St. Aloysius, Chapelhall, Lanarkshire.
1894: St Bernadines College, Buckingham
1894: Sacred Heart, Talbot Road, Blackpool, enlargement and chancel. The original church is by EW Pugin, 1857
1894: St Mary, Market Street, Chorley, Lancashire. Tower and spire for a Joseph A Hansom church of 1853-4
1894: St Edmund, Monsall Street, Collyhurst, Manchester. Demolished.
1895: St Patrick, North Street, Glasgow
1895: St John, Portugal Street, Glasgow
1895: Our Lady, Townley Street, Morecambe, Lancashire
1896: St Augustine, Coatbridge
1896: St Patrick, Coatbridge
1896: Presholme church, Moray, Sanctuary and decoration
1897: St Mary, Teviotdale Station, Heaton Norris, Stockport
1898: St Patrick, Shieldmuir, Wishaw
1898: St Peter, Partick, Glasgow
1898: St Charles, Aigburth Road, Liverpool.
1899: St Lawrence, Greenock. Destroyed by bomb damage.
1899: Sacred Heart, Thornton, Lancashire
1900: St Joseph, Slyne Road, Lancaster.
1900: Princethorpe Convent Chapel, near Rugby.
1900: Our Lady of Good Aid, Motherwell
1900? Church in Dundee
1900: St Mary, Maryhill. New aisle. Demolished?
1900: Chapel for Dowanhill College.
1901: Our Lady of Lourdes, Toxteth, Liverpool.
1901: St Joseph, Wemyss Bay
1901: St Alphonsus, London Road, Glasgow
1902: SS Ethelbert & Gertrude, Ramsgate
1902: St Mary, Stirling.
1902: Dalbeth Convent Chapel, London Road, Glasgow.
1903: Holy Redeemer, Clydebank
1904: St Patrick, Shotts, Lanarkshire.
1904: St Joseph, Blantyre, Lanarkshire.
1904: Peter Paul Pugin dies. Pugin & Pugin continued by C W Pugin and Sebastian Pugin Powell.
1905: Our Lady and St Edmund, College Road, Great Malvern, Worcs.
1906: Scheme for Dounai Abbey, Woolhampton, Newbury
1909: Holy Cross, Dixon Avenue, Govanhill, Glasgow
1909: Tower at St Godric, Durham (Church by EW Pugin)
1909-14: St Joseph, Woodlands Road, Ansdell, St Anne's, Lancashire
1912: St Mary Star of the Sea, Leith, Edinburgh. Apse.
1912: St Mary, Evesham, Worcestershire.
1914: St Paul, West Derby, Liverpool.
1926: St Patrick, Dumbarton. Tower. Sanctuary probably by Pugin & Pugin.
1928: Cuthbert Welby Pugin dies
1955: St Robert Bellarmine, Peat Road, Pollok, Glasgow.
1956: St Ninian, Knightswood, Glasgow
1958: Charles Henry Cuthbert Purcell dies
The Glasgow Diocese Finance Board minute book of 1904 gives a list of works in the diocese by Peter Paul Pugin. The following buildings are in addition to those mentioned above:
Presbyteries at St Francis, St Alphonsus, St Patrick, North Street, St Peter, Partick, St Margaret, Kinning Park, all Glasgow.
St Augustine, Coatbridge.
Holy Redeemer, Clydebank.
St Lawrence, Greenock.
Dalbeth Chapel, Glasgow.
St Anthony, Govan, Glasgow.
Schools at St John, Portugal Street, St Patrick, North Street, St Francis, Holy Cross, Govanhill, all Glasgow.
St Augustine, Coatbridge.
Holy Redeemer, Clydebank.
Kenmure Institution. 1904. Nazareth House, Halfway, Glasgow. Convent. 1904. Part of a convent in Paisley. 1889.
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