Horsey, Henry Hodge

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HORSEY, Henry Hodge (1830-1911)
(biography in preparation)

(works in Ottawa unless noted)

BELLEVILLE, ONT., St. Thomas Anglican Church, Church Street at Bridge Street, 1855-58 (Hastings Chronicle [Belleville], 19 Aug. 1857, 2, descrip.)
KINGSTON, ONT., Crystal Palace Exhibition Hall, Bath Road at Palace Road, 1856; dismantled c. 1890 (Daily British Whig [Kingston], 4 April 1857, 2; J. McKendry, 'Kingston's Lilliputian Crystal Palace' in Society for the Study of Architecture Bulletin, xvi, Sept. 1991, 72-8, illus.)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., residence for James Noseworthy, William Street, 1857 (Hastings Chronicle [Belleville], 19 Aug. 1857, 2)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., residence for Nathan Jones, Bridge Street at John Street, 1857 (Hastings Chronicle [Belleville], 19 Aug. 1857, 2, descrip.)
CAYUGA, ONT., Haldimand County Jail, prison yard and enclosure walls, 1861 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1862, No. 19, Report of the Board of Inspectors of Asylums and Prisons)
BROCKVILLE, ONT., Leeds County Jail, alterations and improvements, 1861 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1862, No. 19, Report of the Board of Inspectors of Asylums and Prisons)
ELGIN STREET, commercial block for Lewis & Pinhey, 1861 (Ottawa Citizen, 23 Aug. 1861, 2, t.c.)
CARLETON COUNTY JAIL, Nicholas Street, 1861-62 (Ottawa Citizen, 26 July 1861, 2, descrip.; Ottawa Union, 19 Dec. 1861, 2; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 106, illus.; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 74-5, illus. & descrip.)
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Elgin Street at Albert Street, 1862 (Ottawa Union, 12 June 1862, 2, illus. & descrip.)
PERTH, ONT., Lanark County Court House, Jail, Jailor's House and enclosure walls, 1862 (Almonte Express, 18 April 1862, 3, t.c.)
PEMBROKE, ONT., Renfrew County Court House & Jail, 1862 (Ottawa Union, 19 Dec. 1861, 3, t.c.; Canada, Sessional Papers, 1862, No. 19, Report of the Board of Inspectors of Asylums and Prisons for 1861; M. MacRae & A. Adamson, Cornerstones of Order, 1983, 197, illus.)
BARRIE, ONT., Simcoe County Jail, additions and alterations, 1862 (Globe [Toronto], 3 Oct. 1862, 2, t.c.; A.F. Hunter, A History of Simcoe County, 1909, 250-1)
PICTON, ONT., Prince Edward County Court House, new portico and interior alterations, with Jail, Jailer's Apartment, yard and enclosure walls, 1862-63 (Hastings Chronicle, 5 Nov. 1862, 3, t.c.; M. MacRae & A. Adamson, Cornerstones of Order, 1983, 34-5, illus.)
BROCKVILLE, ONT., Town Hall, King Street at Market Square, 1862-63 (Brockville Recorder, 5 Nov. 1863, 2)
QUEBEC BANK, Wellington Street, 1863-64 (Ottawa Union, 24 Oct. 1863, 2, descrip.; Ottawa Citizen, 28 June 1864, 2, descrip.)
CHRIST CHURCH (Anglican), Sparks Street, parsonage house, 1864 (Ottawa Union, 29 Dec. 1864, 2)
BESSERER STREET, at Chapel Street, residence for George E. Debarats, 1864 (Ottawa Union,, 29 Dec. 1864, 2)
VITTORIA STREET, near Bank Street, mansion for Allan Gilmour, 1864 (Ottawa Union, 29 Dec. 1864, 2, descrip.)
SUSSEX STREET, commercial block for Peter A. Egleson & Son, 1864 (Ottawa Citizen, 12 Feb. 1864, 3, t.c.; Ottawa Union, 29 Dec. 1864, 2, descrip.)
SUSSEX STREET, commercial block for James Warnock 'adjacent to Mr. Egleson's building', 1864 (Ottawa Union, 29 Dec. 1864, 2; Ottawa Citizen, 8 Nov. 1867, 3, descrip.)
TAMWORTH, ONT., Christ Church (Anglican), 1864-65 (Canadian Churchman [Kingston], 5 April 1865, 2, descrip.)
OWEN SOUND, ONT., Grey County Jail, prison yard and enclosure walls, 1866 (Globe [Toronto], 22 March 1866, 3, t.c.)
ST. CATHARINES, ONT., Lincoln County Registry Office, 1867 (dwgs. at OA, Horwood Coll., 454)
WELLAND, ONT., Welland County Jail, extension, 1867 (Globe [Toronto], 17 July 1867, 1, t.c.)
STRATFORD, ONT., Perth County Jail, addition of the keeper's apartment, and the enclosure walls, 1867 (Globe [Toronto], 26 Oct. 1867, 3, t.c.)
SUSSEX STREET, near Boteler Street, commercial block for Hamilton Brothers, 1867 (Ottawa Citizen, 1 Nov. 1867, 3, descrip.)
RIDEAU STREET, at Charotte Street, residence for William Davis, 1867 (Ottawa Citizen, 8 Nov. 1867, 3)
RIDEAU STREET, at Sussex Street, stores for John Roberts and Grant & Henderson, 1867; burned 1871 (Ottawa Citizen, 8 Nov. 1867, 3)
CARLETON STREET, at Boteler Street, store and residence for John Murray, 1867 (Ottawa Citizen, 8 Nov. 1867, 3)
NAPANEE, ONT., residence for an unnamed client, Graham Street at Robert Street, c. 1870 (Ontario Beaver [Napanee], 13 July 1872, 3, advert. & descrip.)
KINGSTON, ONT. Kingston Penitentiary, the Entrance Lodge, Warden's Residence, boundary walls and Solitary Prison, 1870 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1871, Report No. 60, Third Annual Report of the Directors of Penitentiaries, 31, descrip.)
(with Robert Surtees) SUSSEX STREET, commercial block for Benjamin Gordon, to be occupied by Birkett & Grant, 1871 (Ottawa Citizen, 15 Sept. 1871, 3, descrip.)

HORSEY & SHEARD

(works in Ottawa unless noted)

LA BANQUE NATIONALE, Wellington Street near Elgin Street, 1874 (Free Press [Ottawa], 3 Aug. 1874, 4, descrip.; Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.)
OTTAWA CITY HALL, Elgin Street, 1874-75; burned 1931 (Times [Ottawa], 16 April 1874, 2, descrip.; Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.; Free Press [Ottawa], 1 June 1877, 4, descrip.; M. MacRae & A. Adamson, Cornerstones of Order, 1983, 225-6, illus.)
UNION HOUSE HOTEL, City Hall Square, Elgin Street, 1874-75 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 25 Jan. 1875, 3, descrip.)
RUSSELL HOUSE HOTEL, Sparks Street at Elgin Street, major addition, 1874-75 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 21 Jan. 1875, 2, descrip.; Free Press [Ottawa], 4 Feb. 1875, 4, descrip.)
NORTH WAKEFIELD, QUE., Methodist Church, Masham Township, 1874-75 (Christian Guardian [Toronto], 20 Jan. 1875, 22)
DOMINION METHODIST CHURCH, Metcalfe Street at Queen Street, 1875-76 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 8 March 1875, 1, descrip.; Free Press [Ottawa], 10 June 1875, 4, descrip.; 7 Oct. 1876, 4, descrip.)
PERTH, ONT., High School, 1875-76 (Perth Courier, 8 Oct. 1875, 2 & 3; 3 Dec. 1875, 3, descrip.)
CHAPEL STREET, at Daly Street, residence for J.H. Plummer, 1875 (Ottawa Citizen, 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 126, illus.)
METCALFE STREET, at Maria Street, residence for Amos Rowe, 1875 (Ottawa Citizen, 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.)
WELLINGTON STREET, near Bay Street, mansion for William J. Perley, 1875 (Ottawa Citizen, 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.)
MARIA STREET, residence for Alex Burritt, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 21 Feb. 1876, 2, t.c.)
ALBERT STREET, at Richmond Street, villa for Mr. Anderson, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 22 Aug. 1876, 2)
BUCKINGHAM, QUE., country house for James McLaren, 1877 (Free Press [Ottawa], 9 Oct. 1877, 4)