1822 – Court House, Caledon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: William Murray


Described in Ordnance Survey of 1833 as “The courthouse is a neat and substantial building, it was erected for the purpose for which it is used, together with the dispensary and inn, which may be said to constitute one building, by the Earl of Caledon, at a cost of £3,000 about the year 1822.” C.E.B Brett suggests it may be by Francis Johnston, as there is a payment to him for services in 1815, but Alistair Rowan thinks this may be for layout of town and that William Murray is more likely to have designed this courthouse. Recently restored.