Person    | Male  Born 17/5/1792  Died 26/9/1867

Charles Fowler

Categories: Architecture

Charles Fowler

Architect. Born in Cullompton, Devon. Noted for his designs of market buildings, especially Covent Garden. He also designed the conservatory at Syon House, as well as several churches and hospitals. Died at Wester House, Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

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Charles Fowler

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