Person    | Male  Born 19/7/1830  Died 22/8/1905

Alfred Waterhouse

Categories: Architecture

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.

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Alfred Waterhouse

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Alfred Waterhouse

English Heritage Alfred Waterhouse, 1830 - 1905, architect, lived here.

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St Paul's School - High Master's House

St. Paul's School This house with attached lodge was built for the High Maste...

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James Brooks

James Brooks

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