Born Aigburth, Liverpool, Lancashire. Died Yattendon Court, Berkshire. Most notable buildings are the Natural History Museum, London and many of the major offices of the Prudential Assurance Company. Brother of Edwin Waterhouse, accountant.
Person | Male Born 19/7/1830 Died 22/8/1905
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
English Heritage Alfred Waterhouse, 1830 - 1905, architect, lived here.
St Paul's School - High Master's House
St. Paul's School This house with attached lodge was built for the High Maste...
restoration of east wing of south front of Guildhall
Restored according to the original design and as built by George Dance RA in 1788.
Architect/mason. Father of George Dance the Elder (1695 - 1768) and grandfather of George Dance the Younger. Member of the Merchant Taylors Company. The dates are approximate.
Enfield school-house / station
the V&A (our picture source) hold in their collection part of the façade of this building (not just the photo but the bricks themselves). Alamy have a photo of the saved section of the façade e...
George Dance the younger
Architect. Son of the architect George Dance the Elder, one of the 4 original members of the Royal Academy, he designed Newgate Prison and St Luke's Hospital. John Soane was his pupil.
Architect, builder and surveyor. Churchwarden at St Giles Church in 1800.