Dawes and Hoyland

Architectural practice
Partner 1

Architectural Partnership. — Mr. William Dawes, architect, of London and Manchester, has taken Mr. Francis Frazer Hoyland into partnership, and the style of the firm will in future be “Dawes and Hoyland.” [Builder 8 November 1890 page 373]

1894  Dawes and Hoyland Cooper Street Manchester - Partnership dissolved [ Manchester Guardian 19 April 1894. Page 4]

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, William  Dawes  and  Francis Frazer Hoyland, carrying  on business  as Architects  and  Surveyors, at 2, Cooper-street, Manchester, and  at 124, Chancery-lane, London, under the style  or firm of  Dawes  and  Hoyland, has  been  dissolved, by  mutual  consent as  and from  the   25th  day  of  July 1893,    All debts due  to  and  owing  by the  said late firm will be received  and  paid  by  the  said  William  Dawes, who  is carrying  on  the  business on  his  own account.—Dated this  10th  day  of  April,  1894.WILLIAM  DAWES; FRANCIS  FRAZER HOYLAND. [London Gazette 17 April 1894 page 2196]


Buildings and Designs

Building Name District Town/City County Country
Plas Madoc, near Llanrwst Llanrwst Clwyd Wales