Lanyon

Lanyon is an English surname, and may refer to:

  • Charles Lanyon (1813-1889), English architect
  • Hastie Lanyon, a fictional character in Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  • Owen Lanyon (1842-1887), British colonial administrator
  • Peter Lanyon (1918-1964), British painter
  • Walter C. Lanyon (1887-1967), English religious writer
  • Josh Lanyon, an American author

Other articles related to "lanyon":

St Thomas' Church, Belfast - Architecture
... for the endowment and construction of a new parish church, the architect John Lanyon of Lanyon, Lynn and Lanyon, then Belfast's leading architectural practice, was appointed in 1866 ... building at Queen's University (now called the Lanyon Building) ... In 1888 the church was enlarged at the South end, to a John Lanyon design, when the South West porch was added, as well as the internal gallery with ...
Cuppacumbalong Homestead - James Wright
... Englishmen James Wright and a friend John Hamilton Mortimer Lanyon migrated to Australia during the early 1830s ... runs in the Queanbeyan region, building the Lanyon Homestead ... In 1848 financial difficulties forced Wright to sell Lanyon to Andrew Cunningham and shift his operations to Cuppacumbalong ...
Josh Lanyon
... Josh Lanyon is an American writer of LGBT mystery and adventure fiction, usually with a strong romantic subplot ... Over the past decade Lanyon has written numerous novels, novellas and short stories as well as the non-fiction writing guide Man, Oh Man! Writing M/M ... Lanyon has collaborated with several other writers including Laura Baumbach (co-writer of the Eppie Award-winning Mexican Heat), Jordan Castillo Price ...
Charles Lanyon - Other Works
... Other works by Lanyon in Belfast include the Linenhall Library, Belfast Castle, the Palm House at the Belfast Botanic Gardens, Stranmillis House, The ... Outside of Belfast, Lanyon is famous for planting the Frosses Trees in 1839 ... Lanyon planted approximately 1,500 Scots Pine trees along the edge of what is now the A26 road, just north of the town of Ballymena ...
Castle Leslie - Architecture
... style and was designed by the firm of Lanyon, Lynn and Lanyon in 1870 for Sir John Leslie, 1st Baronet, MP ... Lynn, the interior shows the hands of Lanyon and John Leslie himself through its strong Italian Renaissance feel ...