Wilfrid Randolph was born at Ryde, Isle of Wight in 1859, the son of Edmund and Georgiana Harriet Randolph and was articled to Charles Hadfield of Sheffield. By 1891 he had moved to Manchester and in 1897 stood as Catholic candidate for Salford School Board. [Tablet 13 November 1897]. In 1906 he entered into a short partnership with Joseph Bernard Holt under the style Randolph and Holt.
1916 French Churches in the War Zone.
1919 The Churches of Belgium.
1935 Notes on the Treatment of Ancient Towns
1902 Wilfrid Randolph 8 King Street
1907 Randoph and Holt 8 King Street
1909 Wilfrid Randolph 8 King Street
1911 Wilfrid Randolph 8 King Street
1861 Newchurch, Hampshire – census
1871 Ryde, Isle of Wight
1881 Glossop Road, Eccleshall Yorkshire West Riding - census
1890 2 Halsley Street Chelsea (two rooms, furnished)
1891 Eccles Old Road, Pendleton Salford - census
1928 Aix en Provance (Tablet 5 January 1929 page 26)
1941 Southwell Nottinghamshire
Buildings and Designs
|St Joseph's Church, St Joseph’s Drive, Ordsall||Salford||GMCA||England|
|St Thomas of Canterbury, Great Cheetham Street East, Higher Broughton, Salford||Salford||GMCA||England|
|Randolph and Holt||Architectural practice||1906||1907||Manchester|