Gandon family papers, 1845-1977, including photographs, newspaper cuttings and notes on James Gandon, architect, from 'The Life of James Gandon, esq.' by T.J. Mulvany. THESE RECORDS WERE PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN FROM FLINTSHIRE RECORD OFFICE IN MAY 1995 AND ARE NOT AVAILABLE.
GANDON FAMILY PAPERS - PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN
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Administrative / Biographical History
James Gandon (1742-1824) was a prominent architect who designed the new docks, stores and custom-house in Dublin. He was the son of Peter Gandon and a Welsh wife named Wynne. James's son was James Gandon. The family held estates in County Dublin which were sold in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Deposited by Mr John Prys Williams, 2 Bryn Arthur House, Mount Road, St Asaph, in September 1991
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