Person    | Male  Born 1845  Died 1899

Alfred Bickerdike

Categories: Architecture

Alfred Bickerdike

Architect. Born Manchester. In partnership with Paull 1873-7.

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Alfred Bickerdike

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Christ Church - 1873

This foundation stone marks the beginning of the building works on the church...

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Monmouth House

Monmouth House

The Duke of Monmouth obtained a site in Soho Square in 1681 on which the house was built. After his execution, it became the residence for successive French Ambassadors, before being demolished.

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Lewisham Priory

Lewisham Priory

The home of philanthropist John Thackeray. It was built in the gothic style with extensive gardens. The site of the house is now occupied by the Seventh Day Adventist Church, at 428 Lewisham High S...

Place, Architecture

1 memorial
Nicholas Stone

Nicholas Stone

Master mason, for George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham. Other works in London include the statues at the Guildhall of Charles I and Elizabeth I. Stone's name could not be more appropriate - see ...

Person, Architecture, Property

2 memorials
Percy Smart

Percy Smart

Borough Engineer of Southwark Council in 1936.  He designed the Walworth Clinic so we have classified him as an architect, though we can't find any more of his work.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Walter Maxted Epps, FRIBA

Walter Maxted Epps, FRIBA

Both the booklets Changing Times: The Broadway, Bexleyheath, 1812-1912 and Changing Times: 100 years of the Broadway, Bexleyheath, 1912-2012 inform us that Epps was a local resident. As well as des...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial