Staveley, Edward

STAVELEY, Edward (1795-1872)
(biography in preparation)

EDWARD STAVELEY

(works in Quebec City unless noted)

CRAIG STREET, residence for Michael Cullen, 1846 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
ST. JOHN STREET, alterations and repairs to two houses and shops for Dr. James Douglas, 1847 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 02; A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
STE. FOY ROAD, residence and stable for Rev. Edmund W. Sewell, in the Mount Pleasant suburb, 1847 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
RAMPARTS STREET, rebuilding of three houses for William Ramsay, 1847 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
LOWER TOWN, an extensive range of stores in St. Peter Street and on Hunt's Wharf, 1847 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
ST. PAUL'S MARKET, St. Paul Street, 1847; demol. c. 1900 (L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 324, illus.)
LEVIS, QUE., Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1847 (H. Bergevin, Eglises Protestants, 1981, 69, illus.)
MOUNT HERMON PROTESTANT CEMETERY, St. Louis Road, entrance lodge and gates, 1848 (Quebec Mercury, 16 Sept. 1848, 3, t.c.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 04; A.J.H. Richardson, 508, 520, illus.)
STE. FOY ROAD, 'Holland House', a villa for George O. Stuart, Mayor of Quebec, 1848; demol. 1967 (F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 103-05, 256-8, illus.)
ST. LOUIS ROAD, row of three houses for William Rhodes, 1848 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 03)
LEVIS, QUE., residence for Hans D. Breakey, 1848 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH, Dauphine Street at St. Stanislas Street, 1848-49 (Gazette [Montreal], 8 Nov. 1847, 2, t.c.; Quebec Mercury, 2 June 1848, 2; C.A.B., vi, Jan. 1893, 3, descrip. and illus. plate; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 170, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 05-07)
MOUNT HERMON PROTESTANT CEMETERY, burial vault for the family of Hon. Henry Black, 1849 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 08)
W.S. HENDERSON & CO., Baude Street, large store with plate glass facade, 1849 (Quebec Mercury, 24 April 1849, 2, descrip.; A.J.H. Richardson, 508, 521, illus.)
DES CARRIERES STREET, rebuilding of house for George B. Faribault, 1849 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
LAPORTE STREET, rebuilding of house for William White, 1849 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
ST. VALLIER STREET, brewery for Joseph K. Boswell, 1850; additions, 1852 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 09; A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
ST. LOUIS ROAD, 'Cataraqui', a villa for Henry Burstall, 1850-51; greenhouse, 1856; conservatory for new owner Charles E. Levey, 1866 (F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 66-9, 71-3, 127-8, 216-22, illus.; A. Bernier, Le Vieux-Sillery, 1977, 88-93, illus.; J. Wright, Architecture of the Picturesque in Canada, 1984, 125, illus.; Marc Grignon, "Architecture and Environmentality in the Nineteenth Century" in Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, xxxix, No. 2, December 2014, 74-75, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 10)
ST. PETER STREET, warehouse for Atkinson, Gibb & MacPherson, 1850 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 11)
ARTHUR STREEET, at Bell Street, office and warehouse for Laughlan T. MacPherson, 1850-51 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 14)
CRAIG STREET, at King Street, house and shop for William Hossack, 1850 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
J.B.F.'s LANE, a block for an unidentified client, 1851 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 15)
GRANDE ALLEE, house for Samuel J. Shaw and others, 1851 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
LEVIS, QUE., house for Hans D. Breakey, 1851 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
ST. LOUIS ROAD, addition to the residence of Edward Burstall, 1852 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 19)
ST. ANNE STREET, house for Hon. Henry Black, 1853 (L. Noppen & M. Grignon, l'art de l'architecte, 1983, 99, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 21c)
GRANDE ALLEE, house for Michael Stevenson, 1853 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)

STAVELEY & DUNLEVIE

ST. JOACHIM STREET, building for Jeffery Hale, 1853 (A.J.H. Richardson, 508)
BAPTIST CHURCH, McMahon Street, 1853; altered (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 22; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 169, illus.; H. Bergevin, Eglises Protestants, 1981, 75, illus.)
CHARLESBOURG ROAD, house for Mrs. Louisa Atkins, 1853 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
RICHARDSON STREET, villa for James J. Nesbitt, 1854 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 27)
ST. LOUIS STREET, major alterations to house for John Racey, 1854 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 26)
ROBERT SHAW & CO., Mountain Street at Notre Dame Street, store and warehouse, 1854 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 23a; A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
MOUNT HERMON PROTESTANT CEMETERY, St. Louis Road, chapel, 1854 (dwgs. at ANQ., Staveley Coll., 24)
NOTRE DAME STREET, house and store for Osborn L. Richardson, 1854 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION GROUNDS, Grande Allee, store houses and cattle sheds, 1854 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. DENIS AVENUE, pair of houses for the heirs of the late James Hunt, 1855 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 30; A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. PETER STREET, backing onto Sault au Matelot Street, shops and offices for James Dean, 1855 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 28, 29)
SILLERY COVE, house for Denis Bouge, 1855 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509; F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 301-02, illus.)
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., St. Peter Street, 1855 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
PROTESTANT SCHOOL, Champlain Street below the Citadel, 1856 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 31, 47; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 348-9, illus.; A.J.H. Richardson, 509, 521-2, illus.)

EDWARD STAVELEY

SAULT AU MATELOT STREET, house for Thomas McConnell, 1856 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. CHARLES RIVER, the Dorchester draw bridge, 1856 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 34)
MOUNTAIN HILL, house and shop for Patrick Shee, 1857 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
STE. FOY ROAD, addition and alterations to 'Springfield', a villa for Robert Hamilton, 1857 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
SPENCER COVE, house for John Fitzpatrick, 1858 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. LAWRENCE WAREHOUSE, DOCK & WHARFAGE CO., at the foot of Mountain Hill, Lower Town, warehouse, 1859-60 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 41)
ST. JOHN STREET, at de Salaberry Street, block for Gustavus W. Wicksteed, 1859 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509, 522, illus.)
ST. PATRICK'S CEMETERY, St. Louis Road, entrance lodge and barrier, 1859 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. FOYE ROAD, 'Bijou', a villa for Andrew Thomson, 1860; addition 1871 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 45, 86; F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 75-6, 160, 202-03, illus.; L. Noppen & M. Grignon, l'art de l'architecte, 1983, 248-9, illus.)
MASONIC HALL, Garden Street at St. Louis Street, 1861-62 (Ottawa Union, 14 Nov. 1860, 1, descrip.; Quebec Mercury, 8 Aug. 1861, 2; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 383, illus.; A.J.H. Richardson, 509, 522, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 44)
QUEBEC SUBURBS, house for James Strang & James Cassels, 1861 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
QUEBEC BANK, St. Peter Street at St. James Street, 1861-62 (Quebec Daily News, 5 May 1863, 2, descrip.; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 401, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 48, 51-55)
ST. CHARLES RIVER, near the Scott Bridge, 'Poplar Grove', a villa for Laughlan T. MacPherson, 1862 (F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 288; A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
FLEURIE STREET, house for Alexander Forrest, 1862 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
STE. FOYE ROAD, 'Morton Lodge', a villa for David D. Young, 1863 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 57; F. Gagnon-Pratte, Les Villas, 1980, 109-10, 118, 283-4, illus.)
LACHEVROTIERE STREET, pair of houses for Dennis O'Haire, 1863 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 56; A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
JOHN BROWN & CO., Canardiere Road, factory, 1863 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
CACOUNA, QUE., St. James Anglican Church, 1864 (H. Bergevin, Eglises Protestants, 1981, 168, illus.)
ST. LOUIS HOTEL, St. Louis Street at Haldimand Street, rebuilding of block on Haldimand Street to form an addition to the hotel, 1864; kitchen for hotel, 1865; addition of two storeys, 1865 (A.J.H. Richardson, 509)
ST. PAUL STREET, house for J. Hamilton, 1864 (L. Noppen & M. Grignon, l'art de l'architecte, 1983, 254-55, illus.)
ST. PAUL STREET, shops and apartments for John L. Gibb, 1864 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 60)
QUEBEC HIGH SCHOOL, St. Denis Street, 1865 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 63; L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 352, illus.)
PALACE STREET, shop and office for Thomas Norris, 1865 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 64)
ST. EUSTACHE STREET, at d'Aiguillon Street, two houses for James Morgan, 1865 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
ST. BRIDGET'S ASYLUM, Grande Allee at de Salaberry Avenue, 1865-66; demol. 1972 (L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siècles d'architecture, 1979, 365, illus.)
ST. VALLIER STREET, house for Robert Borland, 1866 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
ST. ANTOINE STREET, house for Thomas Gibb, 1866 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
LEVIS, QUE., shop and offices for John Thomson, 'on the Main Street at the New Street', 1866 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 65, 68; A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
ST. PIERRE, QUE., St. Mary's Anglican Church, on the Ile d'Orleans, 1867 (H. Bergevin, Eglises Protestants, 1981, 68, illus.; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 71)
CHAMPLAIN STREET, rebuilding of two shops and houses for John Hearn, 1867 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
LEVIS, QUE., Victoria Hotel, St. Laurent Street, for Frank Tofield, 1867 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
ST. SAUVEUR SUBURB, house for Joseph Smith, 1869 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510; dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll. 78)
CACOUNA, QUE., villa for John Ross, 1869 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
ST. JOHN STREET, house for James G. Scott, 1869 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)
LEVIS, QUE., Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, off Eden Street, 1870 (A.J.H. Richardson, 510)