Charles Thomas Adshead
Charles Thomas Adshead was articled to firms in Manchester, Alnwick and Liverpool. He won RIBA Ashpitel Prize 1901 and was elected Associate of the RIBA in 1902. He set up his own practice in Manchester in 1905 and was joined in partnership by P.H Topham in 1911, and his brother Percy B. Adshead in 1919. Work appears to have been mainly schools and hospitals, eg Tottington Secondary Modem School 1938, Sale Council Offices 1914, Doncaster Isolation Hospital 1926. His only work connected with William Lever, Lord Leverhulme) is that for Bolton School, and he remained the School's consultant architect until his death.
Charles Thomas Adshead died on 27 March 1955 at Edgeley Grange Nursing Home Stockport.
1907: C T Adshead Leinster Chambers St Ann’s Square, Manchester
1911: Charles T Adshead ARIBA architect and surveyor 4 St Ann's Square
1914: Charles T Adshead ARIBA architect and surveyor 4 St Ann's Square (Slater)
1925-1927: Charles T Adshead architect 14 St Ann's Square Manchester (Graves)
1935: Charles T Adshead, Adshead Topham and Adshead 14 Ridgefield, Manchester (Builder)
1955: 50 Haddon-road, Hazel Grove
Obituary: Builder v188, 1 Apr 1955, p 559;
Obituary: RIBA Journal v62, Aug 1955, p430
Reference RIBA Biographical File