Plaque

George Frederick Bodley

George Frederick Bodley
George Frederick Bodley
Inscription

English Heritage
George Frederick Bodley, 1827 - 1907, architect, lived here, 1862 - 1873.

Site: George Frederick Bodley (1 memorial)

W1, Harley Street, 109

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George Frederick Bodley

Ecclesiastical architect. Born Hull.  George Gilbert Scott was his brother-in...

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