Plaque

Pugin family

Erection date: 1908

Inscription

Here lived the architects Augs. Charles Pugin. Born 1762 : died 1832.
Augs. Welby N. Pugin. Born 1812 : died 1852.

Historic England has ""Kupron bronze plaque on 1st floor designed in 1908 by C Fitzroy Doll, Bedford Estate surveyor, from a model by C Langlois...".

Site: Pugin family (1 memorial)

WC1, Great Russell Street, 106

The family moved here, number 105 at the time, in 1823 but on Pugin senior's death in 1832 they moved out to Salisbury.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Pugin family

Subjects commemorated i

Auguste Charles Pugin

Architectural draughtsman.  Born in Paris, a member of the French aristocracy...

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Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin

Born Bloomsbury. A treasured only child he had minimal education, never learn...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Pugin family

Created by i

Charles Fitzroy Doll

From 1885 until at least 1908 he was the Bedford Estate surveyor. Specialised...

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