Basic Biographical Details
|Name: ||Andrew Duncan Kellock |
|Designation: ||Architect |
|Born: ||20 January 1889 |
|Died: ||4 April 1939 |
|Bio Notes: ||Andrew Duncan Kellock was born about 1889, the son of James Kellock, grocer and wine merchant and his wife, Jessie Duncan. He commenced his training with practical building experience from 1904 to 1909. From October of the latter year he attended day classes at Edinburgh College of Art and Heriot-Watt College, receiving a combined diploma in 1912. He then entered H M Office of Works in Edinburgh as assistant. |
He joined the armed forces during the First World War and married Irene Ruth Catchpole on 24 May 1916 in St Mark's Portobello while in training. Very soon after he was posted to France arriving there in June of that year.
He returned to the Office of Works thereafter and was still there in mid-1919 when he was admitted ARIBA under the war exemption scheme, his proposers being John Watson, James Cumming Wynnes and William Thomas Oldrieve. He was also an Associate of the Edinburgh Architectural Association.
By 1930 he had moved to Glasgow, his address in that year being 274 Ingram Street. No further details are yet known; it is not clear whether he is the same Kellock who was working in partnership with an unidentified _____ Wood in the 1920s.
Private and Business Addresses
|The following private or business addresses are associated with this architect:|
| ||Address||Type||Date from||Date to||Notes|
|3, Melville Street, Duddingston, Edinburgh, Scotland||Private||1901 *|| || |
|326, High Street, Portobello, Edinburgh, Scotland||Private||1919 *|| || |
|274, Ingram Street, Glasgow, Scotland||Business||1930 *|| || |
* earliest date known from documented sources.
Employment and Training
|The following books contain references to this architect:|
|RIBA||1930||The RIBA Kalendar 1930-1931|| ||London: Royal Institute of British Architects|| |
|The following archives hold material relating to this architect:|
| ||Source||Archive Name||Source Catalogue No.||Notes|
|Census records online||Censuses|| || |
|RIBA Archive, Victoria & Albert Museum||RIBA Nomination Papers|| ||A v25 no2805 (microfilm reel 23)|