Person    | Male  Born 12/12/1871  Died 10/8/1918

Cecil Claude Brewer

Categories: Architecture

Cecil Claude Brewer

Architect in partnership with A. Dunbar Smith - go there for details. Born at 9 Endsleigh Street, Bloomsbury. Cecil's mother was Ann Heal and his father, Alfred, was a partner in Heal & Son.  Cousin and best friend of Ambrose Heal.  Married Irene MacDonald, a daughter of George MacDonald.

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Cecil Claude Brewer

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Heals - north

On the north-most pier of the southern building.

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