Person    | Male  Born 1830  Died 1913

Charles Jones

Categories: Architecture, Engineering

Charles Jones

Architect, engineer and surveyor. Born in Beccles, Suffolk. His works include two Ealing Town Halls: the current one and the previous one, now (2024) NatWest bank at 1a The Mall, Ealing, and several churches and schools.

Jones worked for Ealing Council 1863 - 1913. He negotiated the terms of the purchase of Walpole Park and designed the landscaping of the Park.

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Charles Jones

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