Benedict Williamson

Died aged c. 80

Benedict Williamson (1868–1948) was an architect who designed many Romanesque Revival churches in the United Kingdom who later became a Roman Catholic priest.

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St. Michael's College. Opened in 1909, this Gothic Revival building was the first Catholic grammar school for boys in Leeds. Established by the Jesuits, its role was to enable the predominantly working-class Catholic community in The West Riding to raise its social status and material wellbeing. Architect: Fr. Benedict Williamson S. J.

CQ The Court, Clarendon Quarter, St John’s Road, Hyde Park, Leeds, United Kingdom where they designed (1909)