Name

Frank Walter Mee

Designation
architect
Born
1854
Place of Birth
Suffolk
Location
Manchester
Died
1933

  • Born : 6 May 1854. Lawshall, Suffolk
  • Died : 8 February 1933 at the Manor House, Lymm, Cheshire
  • Funeral :  Manchester Crematorium 11 February 1933

The son of William Frederick Slater Mee, Frank Walter Mee was born at Lawshall, Suffolk, on 6 May 1854.  He was educated in Manchester before being articled to George T Redmayne FRIBA in 1866, with whom he remained for thirteen years whilst also attending Manchester School of Art. He was then assistant to Peter Peirce of Stockport, Horton and Bridgford (five months), Charles John Maycock (six months) and travelled in France Germany, Spain and Portugal. Frank W Mee was the author of "Sketches of Old Buildings in the Neighbourhood of Manchester," published 1877; Vice President of the Manchester Society of Architects. He commenced practice in 1882, in partnership with Edwin Alfred Steinthal, under the style of Mee and Steinthal, 1887-1888; with Jennison about 1900 as Mee and Jennison; and with Tom Williamson Hooley under the style Mee and Holey in 1902-1903.

1883-1886: Frank W Mee, architect, 22 Booth Street. Manchester (Slater’s Directory)
1892-1899 : Frank W Mee, architect & surveyor, 100 King Street, Manchester
1900    Mee and Jennison 32 Victoria Street
1908    Frank Walter Mee FRIBA FMSA. 32, Victoria Street
1929    Mee Frank W., FRIBA 2 Blue Boar Court

Residence
1883     Frank W Mee 49, Fairlawn Street Moss Side (George A Mee, printer, 11 King Street, res 47 Fairlawn Street)
1886     Frank W Mee 55, Fairlawn Street Moss Side
1895-1899 : “The Gables” Brooklands
1914    Brook Cottage, Alderley Edge
1933    The Manor House, Lymm Cheshire

Death Notice : Manchester Guardian 11 February 1933 page 7
Obituary    RIBA Journal vol40 1933 page 600

References    Who’s Who in Architecture 1914
Graves    - RA Exhibitors
Avery obituary
Pike page 215

 

Partnerships

Name Designation Formed Dissolved Location
Mee and Jenison Architectural practice 1899 1901 Manchester
Mee and Hooley Architectural practice 1902 1903 Manchester
Mee and Steinthal Architectural Practice 1887 1888 Manchester