Richard Armstrong, junior was an architect active, especially in Berkshire, England, in the late-19th century. He was born at Haveringland Hall, Norfolk, England, in 1842, the son of the architect and builder, Richard Armstrong, senior (born 1799, died 1875) who had built Haveringland Hall from 1839-42.
Richard Armstrong, junior had, in the 1860s, been articled to his father, working at his architectural practice at 18 Westbourne Park Villas, London. He also worked with David Bryce around 1870 and is known to have attended classes at South Kensington.
He was nominated for admission as an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 20 November 1871 and as Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 14 February 1876.
Richard Armstrong, junior took over his father's architectural practice after his death in 1875. This consisted mainly of country house and church work for the Fellowes and Benyon families. Richard Armstrong, junior died in 1909.
Dictionary of Scottish Architects, 'Richard Armstrong (junior)', DSA Architect Biography Report <http://www.codexgeo.co.uk/dsa/architect_full.php?id=M003610> [accessed 2 February 2008]