May Street Presbyterian church, Belfast :: Shared Description

May Street Presbyterian church was built in 1828/29 to a design by one W Smith. The minister was the Rev Henry Cooke J3374 : The Black Man, Belfast. Charlie Brett described it as “a really handsome Palladian example of the Presbyterian taste for the solidly classical. . . the memorial doorway to Dr Cooke, for whom the church was built is uncommonly good of its period, was designed in 1872 by John Boyd”. Another source describes it thus “A fine classical church of red brick with stucco dressings” but puts the doorway at 1870.
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J3473 : Church lamp and railings, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3473 : Central Church by Gerald England
J3374 : The "Black Man", Belfast (February 2014) by Albert Bridge
J3473 : The Memorial Church by Gerald England
J3473 : May Street Presbyterian church, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3473 : Henry Cooke plaque, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The "Black Man", Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3473 : Former church school, May Street, Belfast (February 2016) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Black Man, Belfast by Albert Bridge

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Created: Mon, 28 Jun 2010, Updated: Mon, 28 Jun 2010

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